According to a study by researchers at Tufts University and published recently in the Journal of the American Medical Association, about a fifth of the dishes analyzed at restaurants had at least 100 more calories than listed. Talk about food inflation! The researchers studied 269 dishes at 42 quick-serve and tableservice restaurants in three states, primarily chain units. One — a chips-and-salsa side order at On the Border Mexican Grill — actually underreported by about a thousand ...

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