With mandatory nutritional labeling on menus poised to kick in soon, you’d think the dietary scolds at the Center For Science in the Public Interest would temper their criticism of full-service restaurants. No such luck, as the group is again calling out casual dining chains with its “Xtreme Eating 2010” list. CSPI still doesn’t seem to get that huge portions are why many customers go to restaurants in the first place. Restaurant chains have been working overtime ever since mandatory ...

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