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WSJ Editorial: The FDA's Pizza Minders: Your Government At Work

From a recent editorial in the Wall Street Journal, the upcoming regulation on menu labeling set by the USFDA under the previous Administration contains so many rules pizza stores must follow to post calorie information on in-store menus or face stiff penalties. Read More...

Obamacare's Absurd Food Labeling Law to Begin Soon

If I were to point to anything in the ironically named Affordable Care Act as being its most stupid regulation, I have little doubt that you could manage to find to something even more ridiculous in it. Such is the nature of the worst piece of legislation in recent history. Read More...

Here Come the Pizza Gestapo

How many different ways are there to make a Domino’s pizza? The answer might interest you. It might also interest the Food and Drug Administration — at least, it should. Read More...

American Pizza Community Demands Changes to Job-Killing FDA Rule

The American Pizza Community held a meeting in the nation’s capital on Wednesday to sound the alarm over the Food and Drug Administration’s business-killing menu-labeling standards. Read More...

Pizza Lobby to Trump: Hold the FDA Calorie-Labeling Regulations

WASHINGTON – A group of pizza companies, supermarkets and convenience stores is asking the Trump administration to withdraw or delay a compliance deadline for Obama-era calorie-labeling standards, claiming the mandate is nonsensical and adds little value to consumers. Read More...

How does the new joint employer standard impact pizza store owners?

The Federal Court of Appeals will hear arguments on March 9 on the Browning-Ferris case of 2015 that led to the NLRB's decision to upend the 30-year franchise business model broadening the definition of joint employer, which gave more actionable control to a company over an independent entity. Read More...