Next Spring, the US Food and Drug Administration will put a new regulations into effect that would force restaurants to post nutrition information for their food menu on the Web. And in a new study by researchers at Carnegie Mellon and University of Pennsylvania, the move could help consumers think twice when ordering their next meal online. For its experiment, the research team created a special online menu for a health insurance company in Kentucky so employees could select their meal and pick it up at the office cafeteria when it’s ready. The employees either saw a color-coded system (green for healthy, yellow for…

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