FDA is relaxing its nutrition labeling requirements so restaurants and manufacturers with food labeled for restaurant use can sell packaged products directly to their customers and other businesses.
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The declaration is intended to allow drivers to transport critical supplies without interference from various conflicting state and federal laws and regulations.
The Consumer Brands Association has partnered with 60 industry associations to urge the government to think about the impact COVID-19 curfews and restrictions could have on the manufacturing industry, and ask for special consideration during this time.
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