Restaurants, school cafeterias, and contract feeders are putting nutrition data in easier-to-access formats, calling out “superfoods,” adding more options designated “healthy,” and offering incentives for choosing them. Meanwhile, supermarket retailers with prepared food programs also are trying to help customers make healthy choices — at least, some of them are. Others told SN they're still working on it or that they haven't got to it yet. For some of these food-service providers, the ...
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