And that meal comes from Long John Silver’s.
The seafood chain sells a combination called the”Big Catch.” It’s filled with fried fish, onion rings, and hush puppies and contains a whopping 33 grams of trans fat.
To put matters in perspective, that’s 16 times the recommended maximum by the American Heart Association.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest publishes the ratings.
Additionally, the CSPI claims the friendly pirate is misleading customers with their nutritional info.
The onion rings at Long John’s are listed as having seven grams of trans fat. But when tested, the center found over 19 grams, a huge difference.
The CPSI director told The Consumerist he calls the meal a "heart attack on a hook."
If you happen to be OK with the fat content of the food, you may want to know it's full of sodium as well. The platter was home to more than 3700 mg of the stuff.