It seems Chipotle is once again facing the anger of its patrons.
MyNewsLA reports that the quick service restaurant company is getting sued yet again. This time, it’s for allegedly lying to customers about their burritos’ calorie content.
After multiple customers took a photo of Chipotle’s store menu, they pointed out something a little peculiar about one of the burritos offered. ScottWeier posted this image on his Twitter.
— scottweier (@scottweier) October 21, 2016
As you can see, the recently introduced Chorizo burrito boasted only 300 calories. Another Twitter user quickly pointed out there’s no way that was possible.
Oh Chipotle, this burrito is not 300 calories. There’s that many in your tortillas. Please don’t lie. 😂😭 pic.twitter.com/VSwNzAoRW2
— Sarah Bauman (@Ms_Bauman) October 9, 2016
Thanks to this display of calorie confusion, three customers are filing a class action lawsuit against Chipotle claiming that they were mislead into believing the burritos were healthier than they actually were.
Grubstreet did the math and ballparked the fast casual restaurant’s chorizo burrito at about 950 calories, more than three times the amount displayed.
A spokesperson for the brand said that the calories were solely meant for the meat itself. Confusing, right?
Sure, it could be argued that the customers should have known better. How could something so large and meaty be so few in calories. However, it’s also a huge error in Chipotle’s end not correctly labeling their item.