Let's hope the U.S. Department of Agriculture's new MyPlate food icon works as intended. It's meant to create an indelible image in the minds of your customers about how much food, in what proportions, constitutes a healthful meal. An unintended consequence is that it may also give creative operators an opportunity to lower their food costs while holding up their end of the nutritional bargain. MyPlate replaces the brightly colored MyPyramid graphic, which was long on ...
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