Study examines how people use restaurant calorie data

12/3/2013 | Reuters

A study in the Journal of Public Health showed that about 36% of restaurant and fast-food diners who saw calorie information read it, with 95% of them saying they used the data at least sometimes. Researchers also found that men and customers who visited such establishments at least three times a week were less likely to read calorie information compared with women and those who visited less often.

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