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Although recent legislation has been enacted to require fast-food restaurants to display calorie information on menus, the consequences of posting such information remain unclear. We address the effects of providing information and test the efficacy of an alternative approach that makes ordering healthier foods slightly more convenient. Fast-food customers were given menus that varied by: 1) provision of general calorie recommendations, 2) provision of specific calorie information, and 3)doi:10.1257/app.2.2.164 fatcat:aqkzpwqxlvhr3hlqigxwkwszwm