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“These results suggest that menu labelling, particularly labels warning that an item has high climate impact, can be an effective strategy for encouraging more sustainable food choices in a fast food setting,” says lead author, Julia Wolfson, associate professor in the Department of International Health at the Bloomberg School.

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