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Argument: Restaurants frequently under-report calories on menus

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Monica Reinagel. "Calorie counts on menus shockingly inaccurate". Nutrition Data. July 17, 2009


"Calorie Disclosures Fail to Weigh Whole Enchilada". Wall Street Journal. July 8, 2009: "Scripps television stations sent several menu items to testing labs and found some big deviations from posted calorie content, most of them making menu items appear healthier than they are. For example, two tests of Applebee's Cajun-lime tilapia meal found about 400 calories, compared with the posted total of 310."

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