This month's issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine is reporting on a Healthy Menu Study that concludes, in part, that most restaurant chain executives are primarily concerned about growing sales and increasing profits. Only a small portion of chain executives named health and nutrition as important concerns. The bottom line is that a majority of chains interviewed said they will not add healthful menu items unless they are confident that those items will contribute to ...
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