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EDT Source Newsroom: Newswise With simple and innovative measures, public agencies at state and local levels can play a significant role in promoting healthier eating habitssteps that could make a difference in curbing the nation's obesity epidemic.
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Seventy-seven percent of U.S. adults said they want calorie labeling for hot dogs, pizza slices and burritos sold at convenience stores, a survey indicates. The survey, released by the non-profit Center for Science in the Public Interest in
Chain restaurant customers deserve to know how much junk they're packing into their trunks, NDP MPP France Gelinas says. Her private member's bill Healthy Decisions for Healthy Eating would require restaurants to post calorie counts on menus. The
Speaking of Panera, it's also powered ahead these last few years. It was notable for being one of the few chain restaurants that didn't cut prices (in the form of "value" offerings) during the recession...Now that the economy is slowly crawling out
In addition to its recent diversification to property and energy businesses, Singha Corporation, local leading brewery company and manufacturer of Singha and Leo beer, yesterday revealed its expansion strategy to focus on high-margin businesses,
With two-thirds of all U.S. adults classified as obese or overweight, public health officials warn that much of the population is at dangerously high risk of diabetes , heart disease and other chronic and costly illnesses...Several recently released
Not so much for these customers Jul 26, 2011 6:31 PM Calorie counts on menus seem to be having an effect on what some people are ordering at fast-food restaurants these days. One in six customers took note of the numbers and purchased 106 fewer
If you’ve been counting calories in an attempt to lose weight, your efforts may be pointless, especially when trying to account for restaurant foods. Researchers from Tufts
When a restaurant menu or website lists the calorie content of its products, you expect it to be accurate. However, according to a recent study, in restaurants across the country this expectation is not being met.