HARPER TWINS [NUTRITION + BEAUTY + LIFESTYLE] BLOG
MENU LABELING ~ CONSUMER TRENDS
January 02, 2020
New study shows that diners more likely to choose restaurant with menu labeling...
The results of a new U.S. study confirm a
among consumers today: diners are more likely to choose a restaurant that
provides nutritional information
and healthy menu options
also gained favor among respondents regardless of their level of health-consciousness.
The latest study builds on previous research that found customers were more likely to
make healthier food choices
at full-service restaurants when menus included
Published last year in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine, that study found customers
armed with nutritional information
purchased foods with 151 fewer calories, 244 mg less sodium and 3.7 g less saturated fat compared to customers at restaurants without menu labels.
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