Calorie labeling and food choices: A first look at the effects on low-income people in New York City: Calorie information on menus appears to increase awareness of calorie content, but not necessarily the number of calories people purchase

Brian Elbel, Rogan Kersh, Victoria L. Brescoll, L. Beth Dixon

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