Restaurants Shave Calories Off New Menu Items

NPR – October 8, 2014

Now comes a study that finds large U.S. restaurant chains are doing some calorie cutting as well. Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health documented a decline of about 60 calories, on average, in new menu items in 2013, compared with calories in new menu items in 2012. This represents about a 12 percent drop in calories.

While the future offers thinner slices,
We likely won’t see slimmer prices.

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