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Should restaurants, especially fast food restaurants, be required to do things like display calorie counts, provide healthy options, and limit portion sizes?

Should restaurants, especially fast food restaurants, be required to do things like display calorie counts, provide healthy options, and limit portion sizes?
  • It depends on each individual

    This is good for people who want to be health conscious. But for most of the world who don't have a choice of food, aren't educated to know what 'calorie' mean, those who are food addicts, and finally those who choose to be ignorant, it doesn't make a difference. And the latest report released by US confirms this nonchalant attitude.

  • It depends on each individual

    This is good for people who want to be health conscious. But for most of the world who don't have a choice of food, aren't educated to know what 'calorie' mean, those who are food addicts, and finally those who choose to be ignorant, it doesn't make a difference. And the latest report released by US confirms this nonchalant attitude.

  • Full disclosure and healthy options should be mandatory.



    A lot of people are trying to eat healthier nowadays, but it’s
    not always easy when they are on the go. This would be made much easier if restaurants
    were required to display calorie counts and food ingredients. Then, consumers could make wiser decisions
    regarding their diet. Also, having more
    healthy options available would give health conscious people more choices.


  • No, it should be voluntary.

    No, restaurants should not be required to display calorie counts and provide healthy options, because a restaurant is a business. The restaurant should have the choice as to what they want to provide to a consumer. Some restaurants might want to offer health-conscious dishes with information about nutrition, and others might want to cater to people looking for junk food. It is not the government's job to control.


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