Trump Urged to Save Grocery, Pizza Consumers from Costly, Confusing Obamacare Reg by May 5
Food chains like pizza retailers are warning that an Obamacare regulation set to kick in on May 5 will overwhelm customers, raise prices and bankrupt businesses.
A costly and burdensome 400-page regulation in the Affordable Care Act (Section 4205) is set to go into effect on May 5 requiring any “restaurant” with 20 or more locations to post in-store menu boards with separate nutrition information for every food item and combination served.
The regulation would ensnare not only traditional sit-down restaurants, but also other businesses that sell food, such as:
- Pizza companies,
- Convenience stores,
- Microbreweries, and
- Movie theaters.
Businesses like Domino’s pizza would potentially have to display menu listings for millions of permutations of their offerings. The American Pizza Community (APC), which represents…
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