Labelling fast food menus with kilojoule values can shave almost 1,000kJ from the average daily diet of university students, according to new Australian research. The study, involving 713 University of Sydney students aged 19-24, looked at the effect of introducing energy (kilojoule) labelling and a social marketing campaign on fast food choices on campus. Lead
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