Health officials in Delaware, Ohio, created a program this year that calculates calories, fat and saturated fat in the dishes of participating local restaurants and gives each eatery a list of its healthiest choices.
"That's a hard undertaking for a small business to swallow, to get your food analyzed. That was a service that I would have had to pay for. They did it for free," said Amato's Woodfired Pizza co-owner Craig Johnson, who said customers often ask about calorie counts.

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