FDA flubs guidance to restaurant industry on disclosing calories for menus on delivery platforms - The Center for Science in the Public Interest

Americans deserve to know how many calories we’re ordering when we order restaurant meals.

FDA regulations are clear: chain restaurants with 20 or more locations across the U.S. are required to post calories on their menus, including “menus on the Internet.” Menus from covered chain restaurants maintained on third-party platforms like DoorDash and Uber Eats are menus on the Internet and should be covered by these rules.

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