CHICAGO Nearly three out of four adults want restaurants to be required by law to post a nutritional analysis of every item listed on their menus or menu boards, according to data released Tuesday by Technomic Inc. In a survey of 2,500 consumers, the researcher also found that the public wants more than the items' calorie content to be posted. Seventy-four percent of the respondents said they support regulations mandating full nutritional disclosure on menus, compared with 71 percent ...

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