Calorie content info on menus tells diners exactly what they’re eating



 

The verdict is still out on whether the six-month-old California law requiring chain restaurants to disclose calories, fat content and other health information on menu items is helping consumers make healthier food choices.

The trend toward obesity during the past 20 years prompted lawmakers in the Golden State to require restaurants to list nutritional information on menus or in separate guides.

Results from a 2005-06 National Health and Nutrition Examination...

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