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Fast food menu labelling hasn't made choices healthier, study shows
‘When we assessed particular chains, it was really clear that there was no systematic change,’ researcher saysFast food sold in Australia is just as unhealthy as it ever was, despite the introduction of mandatory menu labelling, according to new analysis.A study by Cancer Council New South Wales and the George Institute for Global Health found the kilojoule content of foods sold at the top five food chains – Hungry Jack’s, KFC, McDonald’s, Oporto and Red Rooster – has not changed since 2009.