Consumers are demanding more nutrition information. Legislators are mandating that operators provide it. And restaurants are forced to develop a workable solution by which they can operate effectively and still provide a good product and experience. Amid the clamor of municipal, state and national proposals demanding that more nutrition information be posted in restaurants, a decent middle ground has emerged. California-based Healthy Dining and the National Restaurant Association ...
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