What’s an industry to do when its very own bogeymen—like the “food police” are to foodservice—appear to have infiltrated its ranks, revealing themselves to be upstanding pillars of commerce?Which is not to say that Wolfgang Puck and Burger King have changed their stripes and become pesky advocates for product labeling mandates, soda pop bans or fat reduction quotas. And yet, if you happen to be a hired-gun defender of industry prerogatives and laissez-faire libertarianism, you ...

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