Burgerville now offers guests something extra with their orders: the nutrition data for their meal on a printed receipt. This week, the Vancouver, Wash.-based chain rolled out to all of its 39 Oregon and Washington quick-service restaurants a system that calculates nutritional information for each meal and then prints it on the guest’s receipt, along with coupons and health tips. Burgerville began testing the technology, which works in conjunction with its point-of-sale system, at a ...

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