Restaurant menu items are increasingly being described as gluten- or cholesterol-free, or low in fat or sugar, catering to consumers who say they are on restricted diets, according to new research by Technomic Inc. released Thursday. Whether due to choice or necessity, a growing number of consumers say they have dietary restrictions and are asking for more transparency on restaurant menus. Restaurant operators are increasingly accommodating that demand. Some health-related menu ...

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