New research finds calorie counts can be effective—if the figures are properly placed.
But pricing also plays a role in diners' decision-making.
More evidence from Dr. Brian Elbel shows that menu labeling isn't really working.
The latest look at fast-food menu labeling suggests it's not changing attitudes at the counter, but experts hope it may make a difference earlier in the decision chain.
The new U.S. health reform law requires chain restaurants to post nutrition info. Might knowing the calorie count mean the extinction of deep-fried Oreos?
A new study suggests that no one really looks at the nutritional information that fast-food outlets are being urged to — or forced to — paste on their walls.