25 Nov '14, 9pm

How the FDA’s Revised Menu Labeling Rule May Affect Coffee Shops

“Standard menu item” means a restaurant-type food that is routinely included on a menu or menu board or routinely offered as a self-service food or food on display. The nutrition labeling requirements are not applicable to certain foods, including foods that are not standard menu items, such as condiments, daily specials, temporary menu items, custom orders, and food that is part of a customary market test; and self-service food and food on display that is offered for sale for less than a total of 60 days per calendar year or fewer than 90 consecutive days in order to test consumer acceptance.

Full article: http://dailycoffeenews.com/2014/11/25/how-the-fdas-revise...

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toysrus labeling fail!

toysrus.com.sg 24 Nov '14, 10am

Pull down the menu to select brands

Special Menu at Tandoor Restaurant

Special Menu at Tandoor Restaurant

myfoodsirens.wordpress.com 24 Nov '14, 8am

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Singapore revised 3Q GDP beats forecasts

cnbc.com 25 Nov '14, 12am

Singapore's economy grew at a stronger-than-expected pace in the third quarter, revised figures showed on Tuesday, easing ...