The people have cast their votes, and the results have been tabulated.New York City diners overwhelmingly say they appreciate the new law requiring that many chain restaurants list caloric information on menus, according to a study conducted by the Chicago-based trend tracker, Technomic Inc.One of my young, trim colleagues said the new calorie information surprised her because she found that, with this extra knowledge, she could eat more than she thought without messing up her diet. The ...

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