FDA issues menu labeling mandate

Vaping isn’t the only issue on which the Food and Drug Administration has stopped its ears to distress cries from the regulated community. It has now followed through with a stringent rather than lenient version of the menu labeling concept mandated by the ObamaCare law, one that will extend coverage to doubtful areas including some restaurant coupons and advertisements and ensure burdensome compliance issues for variety items such as toppings on pizza or ice cream. [CS News, Elizabeth Harrington/Free Beacon, earlier]

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  • But, without these crucial regulations, how would consumers ever know that (for example) a large Papa John’s pizza topped by sausage and pepperoni is high in calories?

    That is assuming, of course, that anyone should be permitted to order or eat such a thing. Pizza is a public health issue, people!