A San Francisco company has created a cup that knows what’s poured into it.
A first-of-its kind study by the Centers for Disease Control finds that six-out-of-ten diners who are aware of calorie counts take them into consideration when placing their order.
The national promotion may be over, but secret San Francisco locations still serve it.
The number for calories will be getting bigger, and a new category for added sugars will be included on the “Nutrition Facts” labels that appear on most food packages.
California law now requires chain restaurants to post nutritional information on their menus. John Gilleran asked this Good Question: How do consumers know the nutritional information on menus is accurate?
San Francisco’s legislation prohibiting toys from fast-food meals that don’t meet certain nutritional standards may get a light-hearted skewering soon on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show.”