One Order of Fried Chicken: Hold the Calories

December 11, 2014 7:27 PM

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Right before Thanksgiving, the FDA announced its new regulation requiring restaurant chains as well as those selling ready-to-eat food; from convenience stores to even movie theaters, to post the caloric contents of the food they are selling. It was not the most fortuitous time to do so, considering that people consuming at least 3,000 calories during the kickoff the holidays feast would not be worried about eating a measly 1,000 calories from a bucket of movie theater popcorn.

The regulations will not go into effect for a year, however, and might be delayed by the protests of some in the food business concerned with the difficulty of providing accurate calorie contents. Pizza chains are concerned with posting the calorie contents of their almost infinite combinations of t...

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