The National Association of Convenience Stores is encouraging its members to take advantage of the FDA's possible rewrite of the menu labeling rule.
The FDA delayed its rule for another year before it was set to go into place last month. A petition filed by NACS and the National Grocers Association helped delay the rule, which also resulted in the reopening of the public comment period for 60 days. The industry now has until July 3 to offer suggestions on how the agency can bring clarity to its rule.
NACS has created a page to streamline the commenting process, which can be found on the association's website.