Study: Too few kids use fast food calorie info

June 3, 2013

By Mary Elizabeth Dallas While some fast food chains are required to provide calorie and other nutritional information to help customers make informed choices, kids who eat fast food at least twice a week are 50 percent less likely to use this information than kids who eat fast food less often, according to a new […]

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A comprehensive menu labeling standard is needed to support healthy choices

April 24, 2013

This article was co-authored by former Secretaries Dan Glickman and Ann M. Veneman. In an effort to help Americans make more informed food choices, the Affordable Care Act created a national menu labeling standard for food establishments with 20 or more locations. Recently, several types of establishments that serve food — for example, movie theaters […]

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