OBESITY & FOODSERVICE: Foodservice fights back against nutrition critics

April 2004
FoodService Director;4/15/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p12
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Reports that a fresh round of Congressional nutrition hearings triggered new charges linking foodservice meals to childhood obesity in the U.S. Comments from Washington-based Center for Science in the Public Interest Nutrition Policy Director Margo Wootan; Argument of the National Restaurant Association officials in the foodservice industry's defense; Provisions of the legislation passed by the House of Representatives designed to prevent overweight Americans from suing foodservice operators for making them obese.


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