Food News: Calorie Counts and Carbohydrate Claims

Survey shows consumers do let calorie counts influence their decisions

Technomic found that 86 percent of New York City restaurant-goers were surprised by the calorie count information now listed on menus or menu boards, with 90 percent of them claiming that the calorie count was higher than expected. As a consequence, 82 percent say that calorie disclosure is affecting what they order and 60 p...

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