Domino's CEO wants more flexibility in menu-labeling law

08/17/2011 | PizzaMarketplace.com

Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle agrees that customers should have access to nutritional information but balks at the government's one-size-fits-all approach. Upgrading in-store menu boards will cost thousands of dollars per store, and the rules don't satisfactorily address the issue of customized orders, Doyle says.

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