Value trumps quality, food researchers say

03/29/2004 | MSNBC

Americans choose larger portions they perceive as better value, with little regard for how their bodies will handle the extra calories, researchers say. "It is a problem now that it's more expensive to eat a healthy diet," said Barbara Rolls, a nutrition researcher at Penn State. Rolls suggests that consumers should demand higher quality and smaller portions from the food industry.

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