The recent sodium lawsuit filed against Denny’s but aimed squarely at the entire foodservice industry is pouring more salt in the wounds of operators already struggling with unprecedented economic challenges. This legal assault marks the first time a restaurant chain has been sued in an effort to force the company to disclose the sodium content of its food items and place a warning about high sodium on the menu.The lawsuit, which was filed in late July on behalf of Nick ...

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