This article does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editors and management of Nation’s Restaurant News. If anti-food-industry activists have their way, “chili cheeseburger” eventually will be synonymous with “crack cocaine.” The new theory suggests that a restaurant is little better than a meth dealer, hooking customers on addictive foods — “bet you can’t eat just one” — cooked up by an evil genius in a laboratory. ...
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