October 1996 Issue
Restaurants Must Soon Make Good on Their Menu Claims
You're in a restaurant. You're trying to eat healthfully. The menu says the foods are "low-fat," "reduced-calorie," even "heart-healthy." Can you order, secure in the knowledge that the food will live up to its description? Right now, no. Such descriptions have little meaning and you can never really be sure you're getting what you order. But beginning May 2, 1997, that will all change. By then, health claims on restaurant menus will finally
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