Calorie Count to Appear Soon on New York Menus

Filed under: In The News — @ February 18, 2008

Did you hear that beginning March 31, all chain restaurants in New York City will have to prominently post calorie data on their menus?

Indeed, as noted here previously, the city’s Board of Health voted unamimously last month to require this information in the hopes that it will help combat obesity, as CNN and CSPI pointed out.

About 54 percent of adults in New York City are overweight or obese.

Read more on this story here.

The new regulation applies to restaurants with 15 or more outlets nationwide

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