Republicans on Thursday reignited their effort to change the Food and Drug Administration’s menu labeling rules, but their effort could be stymied by opposition from one of the restaurant industry’s leading trade groups. Restaurants must comply with Food and Drug Administration rules requiring the companies to display the calorie and nutrition content of their food by May 5, 2017. The agency finalized the rules last year. With the deadline so close, the National Restaurant Association thinks that the re-introduction of a bill that would water down those standards will sow confusion in the industry, which has already spent lots of time and money to adjust to the rules.

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