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Health Care Reform Act Orders Healthy Dose Of New Menu Standards

Establishing healthier eating habits has become a growing concern for many Americans and a pressing issue for policymakers. To address the issue, new provisions were made to the Health Care Reform Act requiring chain restaurants across the country to provide consistent nutritional information to consumers. The quick service industry has been the central focus for the new legislation, experiencing a wave of new regulations concerning menu labeling.

Although the new provisions are beneficial to consumers, restaurants are accruing immense costs by continuously updating all nutritional information for their ever-changing seasonal and promotional menu items. With few alternatives but pamphlets, tray liners and food pack- aging, restaurant owners are searching for cost-efficient options, and many are learning the power of digital signage for these purposes.

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