Restaurateurs might be unhappy with lawmakers who force them to post nutritional information on their menus or menu boards. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t willing to do their part voluntarily to help customers make educated dining choices.Many operators have won over consumers and critics alike by freely choosing to implement special systems or menus that cater to patrons who have special dietary needs or simply just want to know the nutritional breakdown of their favorite selections.Au ...
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