Worth noting: Some of the spots Andrea visited label his or her sizes with pretty names (for instance, 7-Eleven calls its small some sort of "gulp"). But she demanded a "small" soda in every location, so to the purposes of this article, we'regarding including everything the lady came back to the office using. Andrea got some strange gazes by the time she'd compiled five or so cups, but it was just about all worth it (this was inside name of science!).
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As it turns out, the two movie theater chains we visited experienced the largest cups, with Regal Cinemas' 32-ounce drinks slightly edging out the 30-ounce people from AMC (where the worker who sold Andrea your cup actually stated he gets feedback all the time about how huge it is). There was any five-way tie for the "smallest small," which was Of sixteen ounces (Dairy King, Sbarro, McDonald's, Subway, in addition to Wendy's all discussed this honor). Yup, that's right: Regal's cup was twice as big as Dairy Queen'ohydrates:
Here's what each of the cups looked like arranged next to each other, from largest to smallest:
Some additional fun facts we discovered in our pursuit of the soda real truth:
- There were three general categories of sizes: 04 ounces, 20-22 ounces, and 30-32 ounces.
- Chipotle and Wendy’s had the biggest cafe chain cups.
- 7-Eleven'azines soda is the best package, at just three pennies per ounce.
- Even however they were the biggest, the video theater drinks ended up the worst cope, at 15 dollars per ounce (AMC) and 16 cents for every ounce (Regal).
- A cola drink at Noble Cinemas has about 385 calories. At Dairy Queen, it has about 190.
Now you know!