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Are Fast Food Companies Trying to Kill Their Customers Faster Than Before?

[4 Apr 2011 | No Comments | 0 views | Author: Xtend Life]
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Well, it sure seems like it! Last week, a large fast food franchise declared that their next ‘target’ (market) was New Zealand. Having already launched their secret weapon in the US a year ago, the company decided to unleash it on the New Zealand population . � The weapon in question is a bunless burger with two slices of bacon and cheese sandwiched between two slabs of fried chicken. � The ‘nutritional’ composition of this burger illustrates that sadly much of the population does not care what they put in their bodies so long as it tastes good.� Take a look at the burger’s nutritional facts straight from the company’s website: Calories : 540 Fat : 32g Sodium : 1380 If you’ve been following this blog, you’ll know that I’m against pretty much everything that comes out of the fast food industry. When I first heard about the launch of this fat-laden burger, I felt that the players pulling the purse-strings of the fast food industry crossed the line – a sentiment that I’m sure is shared by many others out there. � Instead of taking a responsible course of action against the obesity epidemic facing the Western World, these companies are rubbing salt into the wound.

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