“We are excited to be introducing The Cheesecake Factory At Home—a line of delicious products that can be enjoyed at home,” gushes the company’s website.

So exciting.

Why wait for an occasional—and possibly far-off—restaurant visit when you can indulge in “generous Cheesecake Factory portion sizes” each and every day?

Take the At Home Salted Caramel Delight. Who wouldn’t want a personal plastic tub of “creamy salted caramel pudding” (largely whole milk, cream, sugar, modified corn starch, salt, and natural and artificial flavors) plus “rich caramel sauce” (mostly corn syrup, water, sugar, sweetened condensed milk, modified corn starch, butter, milk solids, natural flavors, caramel color, sodium benzoate, and potassium sorbate)? If that isn’t “delightfully decadent,” what is?

Each tub has 290 calories, 7 grams of saturated fat (a third of a day’s worth), and 8 teaspoons of added sugar (two- thirds of a day’s max). That’s like eating three Snack Pack Vanilla Pudding cups.

The other At Home flavors—Chocolate Black-Out, Cake Batter Strawberry Royale, and Vanilla Fudge Duet—are in the same ballpark.

“The Cheesecake Factory is the fantastical food experience that’s absolutely certain to satisfy,” says the label. Satisfy the shareholders, maybe.

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