PORTLAND Ore. Burgerville said Monday it is testing at a unit here technology that calculates the nutritional metrics of individual orders, customized or standard, and prints them on receipts.“Guest reaction to our pilot program has been very favorable,” said Debe Nagy-Nero, a registered dietician and director of quality assurance, nutrition and safety for the 39-unit quick-service chain, which is based in Vancouver, Wash.She noted that the test at the Martin Luther King Boulevard ...
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