LZ: Wolf down a jam-packed burrito — then sue later when the meal’s actual calorie count doesn’t match what you were told (and happily believed) it did. That’s exactly what’s happened in California.
The menu item in question at Chipotle contains chicken, pork sausage, rice, beans, and cheese — all wrapped in a tortilla.
Yet a sign in the restaurant said the menu choice contained “300 calories.” Several customers now say they ordered the item specifically because they thought they were eating a “diet” meal.
Three California-based customers who bought the burrito in Los Angeles earlier this month are suing the Mexican Grill chain, as Fox News and other outlets have reported.
City News Service said one of the people behind the proposed class-action lawsuit ordered the menu item on Nov. 3 thinking it was a 300-calorie dish. read more