Random Anonymous Blackmail: 4+ Slices: Good job fatty
Langston: Headso: According to the Food Marketing Institute, which represents retail grocery chains, the current proposed menu-labeling regulation would cost the industry $1 billion in the first year of implementationlol, sounds legitYeah, those are rapidly approaching the annual costs of people watching NCAA basketball games right there.
Enigmamf: Describe one ingredient not listed in the USDA's official reference, available online, free.
Enigmamf: I alone am best: IAmRight: sdd2000: I alone am best: When you change it you have to have the lab tell you how many calories are in your new menu itemI was responding to this in your post and the answer is no you can use any of these--including nutrient databases, cookbooks, laboratory analyses, and other reasonable meansBut you guys, it's really expensive to google up nutrition facts for ingredients and know how much I use for each product I make! It could take a second-grader nearly hours to add up the numbers!nutrient databases, cookbooks, laboratory analyses, and other reasonable meansNotgoogle and guessworkDescribe one ingredient not listed in the USDA's official reference, available online, free.
cman: Cagey B: cman: Cagey B: cman: I see it as a BS argument, but to be fair, you would be surprised how much something like this could costTry me. Whatever it is I'm sure will bankrupt utterly a business with at least twenty operating restaurants.Try you? I already said it was a BS argumentThe statement that we'd be "surprised how much something like this could cost" implies that doing this is a) relatively expensive and b) some sort of noticeable burden to the parties that would have to comply. If that's genuinely not what you were driving at, then whatever.Thats why I added "to be fair"
Nabb1: but dear lord, someone said something negative about a provision of the ACA, so let's all crap our pants...
boyvoyeur: m1ke: The whole point of this country is if you want to eat garbage, balloon up to 600 pounds, and die of a heart attack at 43, you can. You are free to do so. To me, that's beautiful.This. I'm ordering a pizza. Any time you do that, you're not eating a healthy meal. I don't need it pointed out to me six times a week.
Rhypskallion: Random Anonymous Blackmail: Why don't they just release a chart we can all understand.A 3-D model is better. Here's one for you--make a fist. That's the natural size of your stomach. Eat that volume of food--no more the rest is wasted. Your appetite is the result of cultural mis-training to eat more than you need, and you will get used to it in a few weeks. Carry on.
Headso: Langston: Headso: According to the Food Marketing Institute, which represents retail grocery chains, the current proposed menu-labeling regulation would cost the industry $1 billion in the first year of implementationlol, sounds legitYeah, those are rapidly approaching the annual costs of people watching NCAA basketball games right there.Obama could take like 5 vacations for that much!
ShadowKamui: Ritley: What an asinine argument. The cost of a board showing nutrition info is not burdensome in any mannerYou do realize it costs $$$ to do the nutrition tests
ValisIV: sufferpuppet: Ritley: What an asinine argument. The cost of a board showing nutrition info is not burdensome in any mannerHow bout the cost of producing that data? Having somebody determine the calorie counts for an entire menu. Think that's free?They know how many ounces of X are in each dish, and the calorie info on that is readily available. It's like you know you put 1lb of ground beef, 2 eggs, etc into your burger patties, and made 4 patties, you can do some quick maths, and find out. Chain restaurants measure everything. Also, calorie testing is really cheap.
creating a nutritional menu for the hundreds of possible food combinations
or, you could do this:
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