After years of delays, the Food and Drug Administration will finally implement an Obama-era policy that will require restaurants with more than 20 locations to label calorie counts on their menus. Health advocates have long argued for calorie counts on menus, claiming they are both good for public health and good for business. But others argue the evidence that calorie counts sway people's food choices is slim, and we don't need the government telling us how to eat. What do you think? 🍔🍟
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