Pub chain Hungry Horse, which is owned by Bury St Edmunds brewer Greene King, has been criticised for creating a burger which contains almost 2,000 calories.
The 'Double Donut Burger' consists of 1,996 calories (98% of a woman's recommended daily calorie intake) it also packs in 53g of saturated fat and 8.2g of salt.
The Double Donut Burger is made up of two beef burgers topped with melted cheese, four smoked streaky bacon rashers and BBQ sauce served in two grilled, glazed ring donuts.
Some nutritionists have criticised the dish calling it "irresponsible" and dubbing it "a heart attack on a plate". However, Hungry horse have defended the decision to add the burger tho their menu.
Suffolk brewer Greene King has announced record sales during the Christmas period. The company, which is based in Bury St Edmunds, employs more than 22 thousand people.
Take away sales of beer grew by 20 percent in December. The company's pubs and restaruants also took more than three million pounds on Christmas day alone serving up 62 thousand lunches.
Suffolk based brewer Greene King has announced a 7% rise in pre-tax profits to £82.7 million.
The company, which is based in Bury St Edmunds, has an estate of more than 2,000 pubs, restaurants and hotels and employs 22,000 people. It owns the Loch Fyne, Old English Inns and Hungry Horse chains.
Greene King's premium ale brand Old Speckled Hen saw volume growth of 5.9% against a premium ale market up 1.8% while Greene King IPA, the cask ale brand, achieved volume growth of 2.2%, in a standard ale market down 5%.
Bury St Edmunds-based Greene King, which operates 2,300 pubs, is reporting robust trading.
The group said the Olympics had a minimal overall impact. Underlying sales were up a "reassuring" 5.1% in the past 18 weeks, as strong demand for its food helped pull in the punters despite the poor summer weather.
Greene King said its performance was "encouraging" although it warned that consumer confidence will remain subdued.