BELLEVUE, Wash. — Consumers want smaller portions and/or a variety of portion sizes to choose from, according to a new study conducted by The Hartman Group, a consumer research and consulting firm. When respondents were asked if restaurants should serve a variety of sizes of entrees, a whopping 84% agreed with the idea. Even 70% of respondents described as “hearty eaters” agreed. Not surprising, given the mammoth portions served in many restaurants, a full 91% of those described as “meager ...

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