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In July 27, 2016, a new Food Labeling Law started to force the food producers and importers to display, on their products' packages, visible labels to warn the consumers about foods high in sugar, saturated fat, sodium, and/or calories. The same law also forbids the sales of products, with one or more of these labels, that use toys or prizes to promote their sales. Since Kinder Surprise has three of them (high in sugar, calories, and saturated fat), its sales were forbidden since that date. Same rule was also applied to McDonald's Happy Meal [27]

Respondents in several sectors [in the Boston region] mentioned tight labor  markets. None of our manufacturing contacts reported  any significant hiring moves either up or down. A maker  of envelopes said that they expected to hire significantly  in the near future but not right now. Several manufacturing  contacts said it was hard to find qualified workers. A  manufacturer of semiconductors and related goods said  that they had to raise starting wages to fill vacant positions  in New England. A manufacturer of furniture said  that retaining new hires was a major challenge as some  workers quit within days of being hired. Staffing firms  continued to report strong labor demand and tight labor  supply. They singled out the following positions as particularly  hard to fill: systems administrator, network engineer,  and medical assistant. All contacted staffing firms  indicated that bill and pay rates had increased… 

Illegal to import steroids

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