CHICAGO — A majority of consumers would like to see regulations requiring restaurants to show complete nutritional information for all items served, according to Technomic's most recent Nutritrack study. In a survey of 2,500 American adults, Technomic's researchers found that not only do respondents feel that restaurant menus are lacking in healthy choices, but 74% said they would support making it mandatory that restaurants provide a section on their menu or menu board with a nutritional ...

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