NEW YORK — Calorie disclosures on menus are affecting New York City restaurant-goers’ choices and which restaurants they choose to visit, a new study shows. Technomic, a Chicago-based market research firm, has found that 86% of New York City restaurant-goers were surprised by the calorie count information listed on menus or menu boards, with 90% claiming the calorie count for items was higher than they expected. As a result, 82% said calorie disclosure is affecting what they order, and 60% ...

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