“Now we see lasagna with meatballs on top; ice cream with cookies, brownies, and candy mixed in; ‘Ranchiladas,’ bacon cheeseburger pizzas, buffalo-chicken-stuffed quesadillas, and other hybrid horrible that are seemingly designed to promote obesity, heart disease and stroke.”
The time is ripe for chain restaurants to include nutritional information in their menus, says the Center for Science in the Public Interest, with joints like Ruby Tuesday and Cheesecake Factory serving up a whole day’s worth of calories in a single dish.
You might think eating at fast food chains like McDonalds and Burger King is bad for you, but at least they make nutritional information available to the public.
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