Restaurants’ calories disclosure lesson for ESG

As the UK forces large restaurants to publish calories on menus, there are ESG lessons to be learned from the US experience – and interesting parallels between tackling obesity and climate change. Obesity rates in many western countries keep growing. In 2018, 42 per cent of US adults were classified as ...

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