Calorie Counts on Menus have Customers Ordering Less

Bye-bye artichoke dip. Heavyweight appetizers and fatty entrees may not get much love when restaurants list calories on their menus.

In a new study, Cornell University researchers conducted a randomized experiment and found that diners at full service restaurants whose menus listed calories ordered meals with 3 percent fewer calories -- about 45 calories less -- than those who had menus without calorie information.

Read more: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/09/180913160036.htm



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