Compliance Resource Center
NACS is active in reviewing proposed and new regulatory requirements. Here are some of the activities we are engaged in:
Given the FDA’s stated position that foods, supplements and certain cosmetics containing CBD are unlawful, retailers don't have substantial protection under the law for the time being.
As the leading retailer of motor fuels, the convenience store industry has a vested interest in regulations that affect the production, distribution and ultimate price and supply of motor fuels at retail.
The health-care law changes the way many retailers offer benefits to their employees.
Labor is one of the most important and top-of-mind issues for convenience retailers.
The Food and Drug Administration’s menu-labeling requirements for chain restaurants and “similar retail food establishments” will go into effect in May 2017.
The convenience and fuel retailing industry plays a vital role in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). In 2014, a comprehensive Farm Bill was signed into law that imposes some additional obligations on SNAP retailers.
The Food and Drug Administration has the authority to regulate tobacco products and electronic cigarettes. Find answers to questions about the current law and retailer training through the We Card program to combat underage tobacco sales.
We've got our eye on these major topics undergoing regulatory revision, and we're updating our compliance page frequently so check back often. The NACS Daily e-newsletter also provides updates on new regulations and announcements of future webinars or alerts on new compliance documents.