Now that many restaurants are required by law to list calorie counts on menus, you may be fretting that full disclosure will spook your guests. Not to worry, according to two groups that get paid to consider such conundrums. Weighing in first is Technomic, which sums up the good/good-for-you restaurant challenge this way: “Nearly half of consumers want healthier menu items, but only about a quarter of them actively consider nutrition when dining out.” Hmm. Technomic executive v.p. Darren ...

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