3/14/2012

Food labels that claim low calories are often just shrinking the serving size of the food, not making it healthier, writes Betsy Craig. But customers aren't catching on and continue to snatch up the products without regarding the portion size. "Health framing" has also been employed on restaurant menus, with chefs displaying calories but being fuzzy on how many portions one meal contains.

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