WASHINGTON —A consumer advocacy group here upped the ante in the escalating battle over sodium in chain restaurant foods when it helped file a class-action lawsuit against Denny’s Corp. that accuses the company of perpetrating fraud for not disclosing the amount of salt in its menu items. The lawsuit, the first sodium-related suit leveled against a restaurant firm, was filed July 23 on behalf of plaintiff Nick DeBenedetto, ...

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