A new study found that the presence of calorie counts on menus hasn39t had much impact on eating habits

A new study found that the presence of calorie counts on menus hasn't had much impact on eating habits.

Get ready for menu labeling, plan B

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Watch out. Mission creep—the tendency of a project to become unintentionally wider in scope than its initial objective–has come to the menu labeling effort. The new thinking: instead of getting consumers to make smart nutritional choices when ordering at restaurants—a study indicates that’s not going to happen—proponents want operators to make those choices for their customers instead. 

How? By reducing the amount of calories contained in the meals restaurants serve.

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