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Restaurant Chains Must Now Post Calorie Counts on Menus
The FDA’s long-awaited rule rolls out nationwide today.
Chipotle Accused of Fibbing About the Calories in Its Burritos
The lawsuit contends that consumers are lulled into “a false belief” that chorizo burritos only have 300 calories.
A Major Winemaker Will Soon Post Calorie Counts
Treasury Wine Estates will blaze the trail.
Microbreweries Say Calorie Counts Will Be Ruinously Expensive
They argue “there’s no way” they can afford to test every beer.
Low-Calorie Rice Could Be the Food of the Future
Researchers have discovered a new, healthier way to cook it.
FDA to Require Calorie Counts on Snack Vending Machines
How many calories is that Snickers bar worth to you?
There’s a New Electronic Fork That Will Supposedly Help You Not Get Fat
It vibrates to tell you you’re eating too fast, or too much.
Calorie Counts Coming to Soda Vending Machines
You will never not know how many calories that Fanta has.
Shacking and Stacking
Shake Shack Is Posting Its Calorie Counts Now
Danny Meyer’s burger chain quietly added them earlier this month.
Rouge Tomate Trims the Fat on Its Tasting Menu
Only 1,000 calories? What if we’re still hungry?
NYU Researchers: Kids Basically Ignore Calorie Counts on Menus
Barely half of New York teens even notice them.
Hey, Did You Know That Tasting Menus Are Super-Calorific?
In fact, some of them exceed the USDA’s suggested daily allowance.