Menu-labeling laws are changing food purchases in New York City, study finds | California Consumer | Los Angeles Times

Menu-labeling laws are changing food purchases in New York City, study finds | California Consumer | Los Angeles Times – I wrote previously about the impact that transparency can have on health care. This study finds proof that it’s working.


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  1. This is really good news, and not surprising. I've talked about how much hospitals can learn from restaurants before. Not just nutrition information, but menus, prices, consumer review sites (Chowhound), etc. Do you know if anyone has studied the impact of NYC's program to publicize restaurant safety scores?

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