DETROIT (CBS DETROIT) – The Food and Drug Administration wants people to know how many calories are in their fast food – but some of those rules don’t make sense for pizza.

While you can gauge how many calories might be in a particular food by searching online – the FDA wants to make that information easier to access on the spot reports WWJ’s Russ McNamara.

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With pizza for example; the FDA wants to have the caloric information listed on a board within site of the customer.

Dominos Executive V.P. Lynn Liddle says having to build a board to list calories would be a hardship on individual franchisees. Which was a portion of her testimony before a House committee in Washington DC.

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“Burdensome and a little bit silly,” says Liddle, “Our customers are primarily either ordering online or they are calling us to order a pizza.

“What we are proposing is that we put the very exact, precise information online – where our customers go … we have 34 million ways to order pizza and any concoction that you decide that you want you’ll be able to find the exact calories for that.”

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Legislation was introduced that would exempt pizza places from the calorie posting rules.