The position of calories on menus influences how much people eat
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This research was conducted by the ESRI’s Behavioural Research Unit and funded by the Department of Health.
The study found that displaying calories to the right of the price resulted in a drop in the calories consumers ordered for lunch and an even bigger drop in the calories they ate.