The business argument for cutting portion size

02/26/2013 | Forbes

A pair of recent studies point to the fact that cutting portion size makes business sense for restaurants, writes Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Hank Cardello. Consumers have cut their fast-food consumption in recent years, and while the number of restaurant meals served declined between 2006 and 2011, sales of lower-calorie dishes rose 2.5%.

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