What 2,000 Calories Looks Like At Every Major Fast-Food Chain

Danielle Andrew 16 Aug 2016, 19:46

The Food and Drug Administration recommends an average daily intake of 2,000 calories. 

Healthier, more transparent practices are making their way into the fast-food industry, yet simple awareness isn't always effective.

The Upshot took pictures of 2,000 calories' worth of restaurant food in 2014.

We decided to do our own version and visit 13 fast-food chains to discover what ordering 2,000 calories looks like — it's shockingly easy.

While many of these arrangements look like single meals, each one would be all you are recommended to eat in an entire day.

Marina Nazario contributed to this story. 

Hollis Johnson

Venti white-chocolate mocha, sausage and cheddar classic breakfast sandwich, dark cherry Greek yogurt, salted caramel cake pop, coffee cake.Total calories: 2,030.

Hollis Johnson

Bacon clubhouse crispy-chicken sandwich, large fries, mozzarella sticks with marinara sauce, Oreo McFlurry. Total calories: 2,010.

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