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April 20, 2011


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I'd like to see Starbucks make the brave move and display calorie information in stores on menus, alongside food and drink items. I should be able to see this information at point of sale to help me make an informed purchase. You might not want this information nor care about it but you can't object to Starbucks at least providing it? What's the harm being upfront about nutritional information? What's the different between Starbucks having to display pricing information and calorie information? Both have a cost, both are important (at least to me). I'm tracking their progress on this at http://facebook.com/CountMeInStarbucks

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