DALLAS The majority of American adults regard the portions they're served in restaurants as too large, according to a report based on a 2006 survey of more than 4,000 consumers. The study, by Decision Analyst research and consulting firm here, found that 57 percent of adults agree that restaurant portions are too large, compared with 20 percent who regard foodservice serving sizes as too small. Twenty-three percent of the 4,156 respondents said they had no opinion on the matter, ...

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