The Federal drug administration announced a couple of recommended regulations that may require chain eating places around the USA to publish energy counts on their own menus-like Ny is doing for many years. Additionaly there are still a handful safe and sound places in which no one will know how fat you may be. The Federal drug administration writes, “Movie theaters, airplanes, bowling alleys, and other establishments whose main function is simply not to sell food would not be subject to this particular proposed regulation.”
The Times states that film chains protested the calorie-posting concept, therefore obviously the federal government caved and also let them off the hook.
Nevertheless, movie theaters in the city presently post calorie numbers on their own menus, so that likely wouldn’t modify.
and if a person is actually curious about what they’re eating at the shows, they break it down for them theater by theater:
At Regal Entertainment Group movie theaters “medium” and “large” popcorns tend to be 20 cups, and get around 60 grams of saturated fat. A large popcorn at AMC theaters can be a “1,030-calorie behemoth along with fifty-seven grams of saturated fat.” And don’t forget the 120-calorie-a-tablespoon buttery topping