Last fall, Harvard University Dining Services (HUDS) found itself with a nutrition information controversy on its hands. Except the controversy wasn't about too little information but too much. HUDS had been posting nutrition data about its various dining hall offerings in the servery, where the dishes were being served. In fact, it was one of the first college dining services to do so. However, some parents and counselors who work with students with eating disorders began expressing ...

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