What about a 24 oz latte made with whole milk and a double sugar syrup flavor shot?
Not that I think the FedGov should have any business forcing stores to convey this information, mind you. This will be yet another regulatory burden on small and start up businesses.
No, I don’t think the FedGov should force any business to provide this information. Let the individual businesses decide and let the hand of the market have its way. Let’s see if this drives business to the doors of Starbucks or away from them.
Furthermore, if Starbuck posts that its latte has so many calories, a wise consumer will say “That’s nice, but Joe’s Java down the street is family owned, and they make a better-tasting cup of coffee, so now that I know how many calories are in a latte based on the Starbucks menu, I think I’ll buy my latte from Joe’s instead.”