Labeling law has limited-time-only loophole

06/24/2010 | FastCasual.com

Restaurant reactions are mixed on a provision in the new federal labeling laws that will allow eateries to exempt limited-time items from new calorie-count and nutritional labeling requirements. Chains that anticipate slower sales on high-calorie dishes may see the loophole as one place to recoup revenue, said one expert. Executives from Bruegger's, California Tortilla and Extreme Pita weigh in on the topic.

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