Study: Calorie content in food labels may be inaccurate

01/10/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A study from Tufts University found that several food products contained more calories than the amount stated in packaging and restaurant labels. Foods from 29 fast-food or sit-down restaurants had about 18% more calories than originally stated, and 10 frozen meals from supermarkets had 8% more on average, according to the study.

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