Burger chain's receipts steer patrons to healthier options

Researchers used Burgerville, a 39-unit chain in Oregon and Washington, to test whether suggestions for healthier choices printed on receipts would encourage customers to cut fat and calories out of their meals. Informational and motivational messages eventually led to lower-fat orders and a 2.1% drop in cholesterol per transaction, but calorie counts remained pretty much the same.

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