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Re: [IP] eating out



That is the main reason I asked to begin with.  the diatician told me that the
dept. of agriculture has made it mandatory that restaurants make it available to
all who request it but it just isn't that way. Sheila

email @ redacted wrote:

> In a message dated 3/31/99 9:01:04 AM US Eastern Standard Time,
> email @ redacted writes:
>
> << Barbra Kraus' book, 'calories and carbohydrates' has perkins muffins ... >>
>
> Yeah, but don'tcha just hate it when you call a place and explain why you need
> the info and they refuse to give it to you? Makes me want to boycott their
> establishments.
>
> Along the same lines, I believe that restaurants are required to have
> nutritional info on all foods that are listed as "healthy" types. i.e., low-
> fat.
>
> And one on Red Lobster, which used to have a handy-dandy little brochure
> listing every food they served (which I thought was wonderful!) ... Went there
> a couple of days ago for lunch, asked for a copy of the brochure and was told
> they were changing their menu so often then didn't do that any more. <sigh>
>
> Jan
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