Calorie counts start to change some minds, study shows

07/26/2011 | Reuters

One in six New York City diners noticed posted calorie counts and opted to change to lower-calorie dishes, and customers of McDonald's, Au Bon Pain and Yum! Brands KFC made significant modifications to their orders, according to a study published Tuesday in the British Medical Journal. Meanwhile, restaurants are tweaking their menus to reduce amounts of fat, sugar and salt. See what changes Cosi, Starbucks, Applebee's and others have made after the calorie-labeling law in New York.

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