By 2016-02-01 December 13th, 2016 Press

Coming in behind Thanksgiving, Super Bowl Sunday is the second-largest food consumption day of the year. While yelling at the TV, you can easily ingest more than 1,500 calories within a three-hour time frame! As a country, we consume around 11 million pounds of potato chips, eight million pounds of tortilla chips, and almost one billion chicken wings. A recent study coming out of Cornell University followed grocery-shopping routines of 200 or more households in New York for over seven months. The results are jaw-dropping. During the week of the Super Bowl, the amount of calories per serving one household buys adds up to more than 6,000 calories. That’s more calories than what is purchased for Thanksgiving…

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