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- Dining Out Is Meant To Be Fun. Madden, Lucy // Hospitality Ireland;Jun2014, Issue 89, p16
The author talks about the consumers' preference for displaying the caloric nature of the food on offer in restaurants. Topics discussed include the idea that businesses who change their menus should start counting calories, the decline in the popularity of fine dining and the need to avoid...
- UK firms sign up to display calories of their food on menus. Mashta, Oona // BMJ: British Medical Journal (Overseas & Retired Doctors Edition;1/24/2009, p194
The article reports that several restaurant chains in Great Britain will begin displaying the calorie content of their food by the summer of 2009. The move is the result of a campaign by the Food Standards Agency supported by the British government's Healthy Food Code of Good Practice. The...
- Just the facts, ma'am. Strenk, TH // Restaurant Business;5/15/2004, Vol. 103 Issue 9, p28
This article presents ways for a fast-food customer on how to get a nutrition tally at their favorite quick service restaurant. While it might seem like a no-brainer that lots of quickservice fare is high in fat, calories, sodium and just about everything else that tastes good but is undeniably...
- Health Care Provision Highlights Calories. // SN: Supermarket News;3/29/2010, Vol. 58 Issue 13, p27
The article reports that due to a provision of the health care reform bill signed into law by U.S. President Barack Obama in March 2010, chain restaurants with at least 20 locations will have to include nutrition information, such as caloric content, on their menus, menu-boards and drive-through...
- DON'T COUNT ON IT. // Women's Health;Nov2011, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p36
The article reports on a study from the "Journal of the American Medical Association" which reveals that 40 of the 269 restaurant dishes analyzed by researchers have more calories that the amount stated in menus.
- Healthy options still scarce at many restaurants. // Women's Nutrition Connection;Dec2013, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p2
The article focuses on a study that was published online in the "Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics," on October 3, 2013, which has found that restaurant foods still contain the same sodium levels and average calories despite their claims of a healthier menu.
- Calorie Information Could Cost Restaurants â‚¬10K A Year. // Hospitality Ireland;Apr2015, Issue 94, p7
The article reports on the response by Bay restaurant manager Louise Eglington to the proposal of making calorie information on menus mandatory in Ireland in 2015.
- A healthy approach to nutrition. Thomas, Daniel // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;4/24/2008, Vol. 198 Issue 4524, p4
The author focuses on the issue of menu labelling in New York City. The author reveals that authorities in the city have confirmed that restaurants with 15 or more outlets will be required to display calorie counts on menus, menu boards or food tags. He cites the opinion of consultant Andrew...
- 92% of the 364 restaurant. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;1/22/2016, pA02
92% of the 364 restaurant meals, not including beverages, appetizers or desserts, studied by Tufts Univ. researchers were above the recommended calorie requirements for a single meal. The scientists looked at meals in chain and nonchain restaurants and found that American, Chinese and Italian...