Using Restaurant Calorie Labels for Better Health

Chain restaurants are required to provide calorie content. The rest is up to you.

Whether you sit down, drive through, take out, or pick up, you should see calorie information on the menus of all chain restaurants with 20 or more locations. Even prepared foods at your supermarket or coffee shop chain and popcorn at that big-name movie theater may need to be tagged with calorie content on menus. […]
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