A California woman is suing P.F. Chang’s China Bistro Inc., claiming the chain’s gluten-free menu pricing violates the Americans with Disabilities Act. In the lawsuit, moved last week to U.S. District Court for Northern California in San Jose, Calif., plaintiff Anna Marie Phillips claimed the Scottsdale, Ariz.-based chain violates civil and disability rights by requiring gluten-free diners to pay higher prices. A P.F. Chang’s spokeswoman said Monday in an email, ...
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