At the University of California-San Francisco Medical Center (UCSFMC), retail dining customers now get personalized nutrition information about their purchases right on their sales receipts. The initiative uses a program called Nutricate Pro from vendor SmartReceipt, Inc., that prints calorie, fat, carbohydrate and sodium counts from the purchased items on the sales slip, along with promotions and discount offers. The basic Nutricate Pro program is used by a number of retailers to ...

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