Governments Are Cutting Red Tape To Keep Americans Fed  

As federal, state, and local governments respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, some are loosening rules to ensure consumers can get adequate sustenance.

Last month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) temporarily relaxed food-labeling rules to allow some companies to sell things that are not labeled for individual sale. That includes foods such as those that had been labeled for sale to a restaurant, hotel, or university food service provider, which typically don’t contain the Nutrition Facts labels that are required to appear on items sold directly to consumers. That has given states and cities

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