Harvard University Dining Services plans to reintroduce nutrition information into its dining halls after removing it for a period because of concerns about calorie information contributing to eating disorders, reports the Harvard Crimson. The information, which had remained available on the Dining Services website and at dining hall kiosks, will now also be listed on printouts at the checker’s desk. Nutrition information for the salad, deli, bread, and cereal stations will also be available ...

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