In low-income areas, calorie counts don't change behavior

03/7/2011 | USA Today

A study published in the International Journal of Obesity concludes parents and teens in low-income neighborhoods are not influenced by posted calorie counts and are more concerned with taste, availability and price. The study assessed food purchases before and after a law in New York City requiring chain restaurants to post calorie information.

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