Theaters and airplanes told to count calories

Regulators are considering expanding the health reform law's requirement on calorie listing beyond chain restaurants, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The Food and Drug Administration released draft guidelines last week stretching the scope of the law beyond restaurants with 20 or more locations to also include airlines, trains, grocery-store food courts, movie theaters and convenience stores that qualify as chains.

The FDA has said it will finalize the regulation in December. Penalties for non-compliance begin next year.