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  FoodFacts has learned that “Super Sized” portions are the new normal sized portions. In the mid-2000s, Cornell researcher Brain Wasink performed an experiment called the “bottomless bowl of soup.” He gave unsuspecting diners self-filling bowls of tomato soup to … Continue reading

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McDonald’s and plenty of other fast food chains are all jumping on the “healthy” food bandwagon. But don’t let the marketing schemes fool you. Take McDonald’s for example,(they are the most widely known with some of the best marketing) we … Continue reading

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New York City is welcoming back basketball All-Star Carmelo Anthony with open arms and what better way for the Big Apple to celebrate then with an iconic deli sandwich. “The Melo” isn’t just any sandwich though, it’s New York City … Continue reading

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Study: Even when calorie count is known, consumers don’t alter the way they eat Letting consumers know exactly how many calories are in their food might do little to change their eating habits, a new study suggests.

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Foodfacts.com encountered some interesting facts about salad dressings from an article in the Fort Myers Florida News-Press.

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Diners get a look at nutritional contents It’s lunch time. Do you know where the caloric content in your pasta carbonara is hiding? Chances are if you’re dining at a major chain restaurant, that scary piece of information can be … Continue reading

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There has recently been a considerable amount of press coverage of regulations requiring that restaurants post nutritional information on menus and menu boards. New York City is the first city to have passed such a regulation, though not without incident.

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Get The Facts Foodfacts.com members and blog subscribers who reside in California are probably aware of the state’s Menu Labeling Ordinance. it is being watched by other states as a possible model of things to come. Known as the Labeling … Continue reading

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