When eating at a restaurant, diners have a lot of decisions to make. What kind of food do I feel like eating? How much do I want to spend? How healthy do I want my meal to be? Some of those questions may be easier than others to settle, but one is increasingly getting help from regulatory officials. There are a lot of proposals in place to make sure consumers can make healthy choices when eating out, such as calorie labeling on menus or limits on sugary drinks, and they are usually met with a bit of resistance from the restaurant industry.
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