WASHINGTON — The Center for Science in the Public Interest, a consumer advocacy group, said retailers should have no trouble providing calorie counts for prepared foods. In a recent study, CSPI found that 36 of the nation’s top 50 supermarkets and convenience stores sold prepared foods. Of those, 81% already had nutrition information available for at least some prepared foods, while 78% employed registered dietitians. Based on those findings, CSPI concluded it is ...
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