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Poll: Do you think restaurants should have to display calorie counts on menus?
The issue has reemerged after Health Minister Simon Harris revealed plans to introduce a calorie count law before the end of the year.
Do you manage to get your five a day? The experts say we don't get enough in Ireland
Make healthy eating guidelines more realistic, says Chair of the Royal College of GPs.
Poll: Will calorie counts on menus make you think twice about what you order?
The government’s action to tackle obesity was launched this week by the Health Minister Simon Harris.
'Michelin star restaurants will up and leave Ireland if calorie counts on menus are introduced'
The Restaurant Association of Ireland said restaurateurs will not want to operate in such a “draconian regime”.
What do politicians eat in Leinster House?
Roast beef, chilli and an Irish fry – they’re all up for grabs in Dáil Eireann.
Quiz: Do you know how many calories are in food?
Mmmmm. Food.
Sex, Smirnoff and the Six Nations: The week in numbers
Plus: How much does it cost to replace the lightbulb at the top of the Spire?
TDs and Senators will be able to count their calories when they return tomorrow
As TDs and Senators return to Leinster House tomorrow they’ll be looking at just how many calories they’re consuming.
Calorie counts coming to Leinster House
The coming months will see the calorie content of menu items being listed in the Leinster House complex.
Calorie counts should be displayed on menus, says report
Dr James Reilly says food businesses have 6 months to introduce scheme on a voluntary basis, or face a compulsory introduction of it.
Column: Calorie counts on menus? Not in my restaurant.
The suggestion that all restaurants could display calorie counts is farcical – and it won’t help tackle obesity, argues Michelin-starred chef Oliver Dunne.