As menu-labeling legislation spreads from New York City to the Pacific Northwest and from the state of California to other parts of the United States, many restaurant companies are grappling with the next steps. Some chains have long-standing nutrition information but now are assessing the accuracy of possibly dated numbers. Others are contemplating how to get the information—quickly and cost-effectively—to comply with legislation, and still other companies are questioning ...

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