Diners say taste outweighs health when ordering

CHICAGO Despite increased demand for nutrition information about restaurant menu items, a new survey indicates that American diners still don’t order more healthful options, Mintel International said Monday.

In a survey of consumers, the Chicago-based market research firm found that although one in five respondents, or 20 percent, ranked food health as an important factor when ordering dinner, 77 percent ranked taste as more important and 44 percent said hunger

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