The proposed regulation would require store owners to label prepared, unpackaged foods found in salad bars and food bars, soups and bakery items. Erik Lieberman, regulatory counsel at the Food Marketing Institute, said testing foods for nutritional data will require either expensive software or even more costly off-site laboratory assessments.
Lieberman said failure to get it right comes with...
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The bigger issue is it requires a few hundred thousand new bureaucrats, on the payroll, to impliment it, and that doesn't seem to count. There is never any "cost/benefit" analysis only good intentions. Try that in the private sector.
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