SURVEY: Less Than Half of Diners Use Calorie Information
According to a new survey, less than half of people eating at restaurants use the calorie information listed on menus.
While only 43% of people use the information, 97% of people notice the info – or look for it.
That means there’s a lot of people in restaurants who see that their plate of nachos is 1,700 calories … and order them anyway. (NewsMiner)