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What information does Dairy Queen publish about the nutritional content of Blizzards?

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Dairy Queen publishes full nutritional content information on its Blizzard treats and other foods on its website, DairyQueen.com, accessible by clicking on the Nutrition link under the Company heading at the foot of the home page. Dairy Queen presents the information in a PDF document. Information listed includes serving size, calories, fat, cholesterol and sodium. Other nutritional information includes dietary fiber, sugar and protein content.

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From the page that redirects, website visitors click on the link entitled Nutrition Facts and Allergy Information for Treats to find the nutritional content for Blizzard treats. The document organizes the treats in chart format by size, including mini, small, medium and large treats, with nutritional content available for each individual size. The last column on the chart includes allergy information, such as whether the Blizzard contains, eggs, milk, peanuts or wheat products. The chart includes information for all of Dairy Queen’s Blizzard products, such as Snickers, salted caramel truffle, strawberry cheesecake and turtle pecan cluster.

In addition, the chart provides nutritional information for “Extra Stuff” that customers sometimes add to Blizzard treats, such banana slices, brownie pieces, peanuts, strawberry topping and hot fudge topping. The chart also lists the nutritional breakdown of other Dairy Queen treats, including its cones, DQ cakes, hot desserts a la mode, shakes and malts.

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