Analysis: Calorie labeling provides indirect benefits

07/29/2013 | TriplePundit.com

Despite a recent study on calorie labeling showing little effect on consumer behavior, another comprehensive recent study shows that menu labeling spurs restaurants to offer healthier items and reduce portion sizes, writes Raz Godelnik. The Affordable Care Act's menu labeling requirements still make sense as a result, he argues, because "while calorie labeling will not directly help us to make better choices, it will help us do so indirectly through the restaurants’ choice editing."

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