Do you really want to order that raisin bran muffin?
Health minister Deb Matthews wants you to think twice before chowing down.
If legislation introduced by Matthews is passed, expect to see calorie counts posted at your favourite chain restaurants.
That fancy blended-coffee drink? You won't be able to order it without knowing exactly how badly you're cheating on your diet.
"We are focusing on calories because that's the single best proxy up for the issue we are trying to tackle — childhood obesity," Matthews says.
Fast food outlets, restaurants, supermarkets and convenience stores with 20 or more locations in Ontario who do more than $5 million in business annually will be required to post caloric information for all food and beverages — including alcoholic ones — on all menus.
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