WASHINGTON A New Jersey man sued Denny’s Corp. Thursday in the first-ever, sodium-related lawsuit against a restaurant chain, according to officials at the Center for Science in the Public Interest, the consumer advocacy group that is supporting the action. Attorneys for Nick DeBenedetto, 48, filed the pending class action suit in Superior Court of New Jersey in an attempt to get the 1,500-unit family-dining chain to disclose the amount of sodium in each of its food items and place a warning ...

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