NEW YORK —One year after New York City officials began requiring that chain restaurants display calories on menus, operators and nutrition experts alike say the data’s impact on ordering habits has been minimal. Though consumers have supported calorie disclosure in restaurants and have claimed to make healthful eating decisions, restaurant receipts in New York tell a different story. With few exceptions, high-calorie items ...
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