I’m guessing that foodservice industry advocates looking to deflect a growing governmental push to mandate on-menu disclosure of dietary data would want to learn what consumers already know—or think they know—about the nutritional value of restaurant fare.If you’d count yourself among such need-to-know professionals, consider this your lucky day. I’m about to share some recent findings from California—land of body-conscious health buffs—that’ll provide just such a glimpse into experienced ...

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