Published: June 2009

ID #: 1026

Publisher: Healthy Eating Research

Authors: Larson N, Story M

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This research synthesis reviews studies that have examined the use of menu labeling in away-from-home food establishments, such as restaurants and cafeterias, and the potential impact of labeling on consumers’ food and beverage selections.

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