Smaller-portion options may affect consumption habits

10/17/2011 | Guardian (London), The

Research has shown that caloric data on food options doesn't influence diners' choices, but another study found that controlling portion sizes sways many consumers, even when the smaller portions aren't less expensive. The option allows diners, particularly dieters, to "choose to remove temptation from your plate ahead of time," author and behavioral communications specialist Oliver Payne writes.

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