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Hungry Horse

Hungry Horse
Type Food and Drink
Industry Pub-Restaurant
Founded 1995
Headquarters Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
England
Area served Great Britain
Owners Greene King Brewery
Website www.hungryhorse.co.uk
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"Fill up on Good Times!"

Founded in 1995, Hungry Horse is a chain of 225 pub-restaurants in England, Wales and Scotland, owned by Greene King Brewery. It promotes itself as offering low cost meals for families and groups.

In 2014, it was criticised for introducing a "Double Donut" burger which at 1,996 calories contained nearly 100% of the recommended daily energy intake for adult women. It also contains 53g of saturated fat (the recommended daily allowance is 20g for women and 30g for men), and 8.2g of salt (recommended daily allowance for adults is 6g).[1]

References

  1. ^ "Pub chain criticised for calorific doughnut burger". BBC News (Manchester). 11 November 2014. Retrieved 11 November 2014. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Flagship Pub - The Broughton, Milton Keynes


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