I wasn't going to post at all today as I'm working on a dual post for tomorrow (this will make sense in the morning), but I just heard a fascinating report on Marketplace and thought I'd share the link with you. Here's a teaser from the transcript, available here from American Public Media:
Shia Levitt: At the Florida Power and
Light company cafeteria, signs list the nutritional sins and virtues of
every menu item. The idea is to help employees make healthy choices.
But if calorie and fat counts aren't enough to steer diners away from
cheeseburgers and fries, there are some other numbers that might.
Andy Scibelli: If you want a healthy entree and two sides, it's $3.99 and if you want a regular entree and two sides, [it's] $5.35...
I wonder how you'd feel if this were your workplace.
Take a listen from the 24 minute mark; it's only 3 minutes long.