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How difficult is it to find nutritional information for the food served at the top 100 restaurants in the US? New research shows that nearly 20% of the leading chain restaurants have no nutritional ...

How difficult is it to find nutritional information for the food served at the top 100 restaurants in the US? New research shows that nearly 20% of the leading chain restaurants have no nutritional information at all online.

We share the results and name the worst culprits - everyone from The Cheesecake Factory to the Hard Rock Cafe.

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    • Top 100 US Chain Restaurants & Nutritional Information Online
    • We looked at the top 100 US chain restaurants to see how difficult it was to find nutritional information for the food they serve.
      The results were shocking…
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    • Nearly 20% have no nutritional information at all available online
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    • Only 12%of chain restaurants
      provided nutritional informationin one click
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    • Just over half of the restaurants have a nutritional link directly on their home page
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    • But it takes more than three clicks to get to the nutritional information for 39% of the top chain restaurants in the US
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    • Those Who Bury Nutritional Information
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    • Chain Restaurants with NoNutritional Information Available Online
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    • One Click Wonders
      Restaurants That Make Nutritional Information Accessible Online
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    • Eating out is a major part of our American budget. It makes sense to go online beforehand and find out what we’re being offered.
       It is a good idea to frequent restaurants which share the data, and to avoid those which don’t. Vote with your wallet!
       Consumers want to know more not justabout what they’re eating in restaurantsbut also about what they’re buying andwhere to buy the best food for theirfamily, exactly in their neighborhoods. EatNation helps consumers get that information.
      Our Take
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    • Research Notes
      Research conducted between March 29th and April 21st 2010
      Changes made online after April 21st are not included in this research
      Top 100 chain restaurants taken from Restaurant and Institutions magazine’s 2009 Top 400 Restaurant Chains list
      All company, product names, and any registered and unregistered trademarks are used for identification purposes only and remain the exclusive property of their respective owners
      While every attempt has been made to conduct thorough research, the nature of the internet – our only source for this research – is such that errors can be made.
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    • For More Information
      Cora Yang, CEO
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