The latest government studies reveal that Americans still get more cals. from fat than is recommended. How are you cutting menu cals.?

November 1998
FoodService Director;11/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p36
Trade Publication
Opinion. Highlights the views of United States foodservice industry executives on different ways they employ to cut calories from their menu. Promotion of healthy food; Butter versus margarine; Mission Nutrition program; Fat content and level of calories; Fruit and vegetable offering; Lowfat pasta dish.


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