Vending Machines Rigged For Bad Health

If you’ve ever worked around a vending machine you’ve seen how people pump money into them, like they’re playing the slots! But in regard to your health those snacks never pay off. According to The Orlando Sentinel vending machine foods are a jackpot of unhealthiness. Reporter Stephanie Allmon provides the calorie and fat content of some of the usual suspects:
Corn Nuts (4-ounce bag) 520 calories; 17 grams fat

Little Debbie Double Decker Oatmeal Creme Pie; 470 calories; 18 grams fat

Otis Spunkmeyer Banana Nut Muffin; 460 calories; 22 grams fat

Mrs Baird's Orchard Cherry Pie; 450 calories; 22 grams fat

Act II Butter Lover's popcorn; 394 calories; 28 grams fat

Mrs Baird's cinnamon rolls (package of 2); 380 calories; 12 grams fat

Duchess Powdered Sugar Donuts (package of 6); 370 calories; 18 grams fat

Fritos Chili Cheese corn chips; 320 calories; 20 grams fat

Cheetos; 320 calories; 20 grams fat
The list goes on and on, it’s worth a look see. Oh, and a lot of good the nutrition facts on the package do, you can’t even read them until you’ve already bought the item.
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