Restaurant Menus Required To Meet FDA Standards For Health

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Eating out Friday? Chances are your entree will fail to meet federal nutrition standards. A new study shows a whopping 96-percent of restaurant entrees have too many calories, fat, and sodium. Family resturants are worse offenders than fast food chains with most entrees posting 270 more calories, 435 more milligrams of sodium and 16 more grams of fat. The restaurant industry says it plans to put more nutritional info on menus and add more healthful items.