CHICAGO -- Food and Drug Administration rules due to go into effect this week will require any operation that serves food to the public and makes a nutrition or health claim for the food to be able to prove the claim is reasonable. The implementation of the rules and the burden they will place on food-service providers were topics of discussion at the International Association of Culinary Professionals conference, held here last month. "If you have menu items with low-fat or heart-healthy ...

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