Soon-to-be-mandatory posting of nutritional information on menus is supposed to change consumers’ eating habits. The corollary assumption is that restaurants will follow suit by trimming portion sizes and further giving most items a nutritional tune-up. But much to the chagrin of the Center for Science and Public Interest—a.k.a. the food police—it isn’t working out that way in the real world so far. By CSPI’s logic, this means that full-service restaurants are hurting the war effort. The ...

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