Five Years Later: Awareness Of New York City's Calorie Labels Declined, With No Changes In Calories Purchased.

@article{Cantor2015FiveYL,
  title={Five Years Later: Awareness Of New York City's Calorie Labels Declined, With No Changes In Calories Purchased.},
  author={Jonathan H. Cantor and Alejandro J. Torres and Courtney B Abrams and Brian D Elbel},
  journal={Health affairs},
  year={2015},
  volume={34 11},
  pages={1893-900}
}
To follow up on a previous study that examined how the mandated displaying of calorie information on menu boards in fast-food restaurants in New York City influenced consumers' behavior, we analyzed itemized cash register receipts and survey responses from 7,699 consumers at four fast-food chains. Using a difference-in-differences study design, we found that consumers exposed to menu labeling immediately after the mandate took effect in 2008 and at three points in 2013-14 reported seeing and… CONTINUE READING

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