New Jersey lawmakers have introduced a bill (A2990) that seeks to amend legislation requiring retail food establishments to provide calorie information for food and  beverages. Proposed by Assembleywomen Nancy Pinken (D-Middlesex) and Linda stender (D-Middlesex,  Somerset and Union), the bill would require entertainment facilities to provide calorie information  for food and beverage items offered for sale, subject to the same requirements that currently apply to chain restaurants. The bill defines “entertainment facility” as “any privately  or publicly owned or operated facility that is used primarily for sports contests, entertainment,  or both, such as a theater, stadium, museum, arena, automobile racetrack, or other place where  performances, concerts, exhibits, games or contests are held.”