Tucked deep in the Affordable Care Act is language requiring all restaurants with at least 20 locations to list nutritional information alongside each and every item on their menu.
That edict is now creating headaches for small business owners across the country, particularly pizza chains.
Take Domino’s. There are 34 million different pizza combinations available at the chain, when all crusts and cheeses and toppings are factored in.
Now imagine walking into a Domino’s and navigating a menu board with 34 million different options on it.
Executives say figuring out the small print will be a big burden.
“Our company, like many pizza enterprises, is individual small business franchisees, so these are people that own three or four, or one or two Domino’s pizza stores,” said Domino’s spokeswoman Lynn Liddle. “To have to redo the menu boards every time something changes on a calorie count would cost them several thousand dollars.”
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