The jury is still out on whether posting calorie, carb and fat counts on menus encourages healthier eating habits. A recent study suggests that only one in three restaurant patrons actually pays attention to the information. But a new type of restaurant receipt makes it difficult for diners to ignore the implications of the meal they just bought. The Nutricate receipt from SmartReceipt provides a handy chart detailing key nutritional information in the meal just purchased. It even ...

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