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Statement from FDA Commissioner on the benefits from enactment of menu labeling

May 8, 2018 by


Science tells us that improvements in diet and nutrition offer one of our greatest opportunities to have a profound and generational impact on human health, reducing the burden of chronic disease, from diabetes to cancer to heart disease. We know that many Americans both want and use nutritional information on food package labels to make […]

Panera axing artificial ingredients, extra sweeteners from kids menu

August 16, 2016 by


Panera Bread is continuing to demystify its menu by removing artificial ingredients and added sweeteners from its kids menu next month. The chain, which operates more than 2,000 locations, also announced a “Kids Meal Promise” saying that it won’t encourage children to drink soda, eat french fries or use toys to push its meals. Panera’s […]

Burtons Grill Celebrates Celiac Awareness Month with Special Menu

June 16, 2014 by


Sponsored Advertorial Burtons Grill celebrates Celiac Awareness Month Burtons Grill, LLC, a casual upscale restaurant chain based in the North East, is celebrating Celiac Awareness Month in May with a menu of Burtons favorites that are typically not gluten sensitive. Featuring gluten-friendly dishes and dessert Burtons Grill will be featuring dishes such as a traditional […]

Calorie Information on Menus Does Not Improve Consumer Choices, Study Shows

July 21, 2013 by


PITTSBURGH—Despite the lack of any concrete evidence that menu labels encourage consumers to make healthier food choices, they have become a popular tool for policymakers in the fight against obesity. Carnegie Mellon University researchers recently put menu labels to the test by investigating whether providing diners with recommended calorie intake information along with the menu […]