Get ready to know the exact repercussions of supersizing. All McDonald's restaurants and drive-thrus in the U.S. will start posting calorie information starting Monday. The move comes ahead of a potential requirement mandating major chains to post the information as early as next year. "We want to voluntarily do this," said Jan Fields, president of McDonald's USA. "We believe it will help educate customers." Posting the calorie count is already mandatory in cities like New York and Philadelphia.
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