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elf: Pizzeria Uno

The following was posted to the Low Fat list, I thought some of you might
be interested.

>Posted-Date: Tue, 6 Aug 1996 10:22:21 -0400 (EDT)
>From: Aruna Paramasivam <sg956j24@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: elf: Pizzeria Uno
>Date: Tue, 6 Aug 1996 09:44:57 -0400 (EDT)
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>I went to Pizzeria Uno's last week, only to find they didn't have their
>low-fat menu anymore. The same items were on the menu, but no longer
>marked as low-fat. When I questioned the waitress, she told me these
>items were still made the same way, but they are not going to mark them
>as low-fat. The reason for this is because the restaurant does not want
>to get sued if in fact, their low-fat menu does not meet its claims. This
>makes me wonder if their low-fat items were ever indeed low-fat. Also, I
>don't see why Uno's would bother to prepare these low-fat items the way
>they used to, if they now didn't have to meet any requirements. In fact,
>that night, my lemon-lime thinzetta, which used to be marked as 1.5g of
>fat, tasted pretty fatty! Worse yet, the waitress mentioned other chain
>restuarants will be following suit, removing their light menus.
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Michelle Leberte * University of Pennsylvania * mleberte@xxxxxxxxxxxxx