Despite U.S. Department of Agriculture food pyramid recommendations to the contrary, a lot of people like to see ample portions on the plate. And no restaurateur who wants to stay in business very long is going to expend much energy trying to persuade such folks they are wrong-headed. But the good news is that operators don’t have to offer guests an argument to do right in terms of nutrition or changing caloric and fat intake preferences. They can, among other things, offer their ...
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