CHICAGO As menu labeling initiatives pick up steam across the country, a new survey indicates that New York City's calorie disclosure law is changing what people there order. According to a study released last week by Technomic Inc., 82 percent of New York City residents surveyed Jan. 30 to Feb. 3 say the posted calorie information is affecting what they order, and 60 percent say it is affecting what restaurants they visit. Ninety percent of the respondents said the calorie counts ...

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