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Burger King stops advertising soda for kids, recommends fruit juice, milk instead

4/21/2015 - Lately, it seems that fast food restaurants are jumping on the "get healthy" bandwagon, doing everything from displaying the calorie content of their meals to hyping up the fact that they now serve salads. Because we all know that a salad will offset the health problems one can incur from ingesting...

DNA tests conducted in aftermath of horse meat scare reveal Burger King has been serving ground-up aliens as Whoppers (satire)

2/3/2013 - If you've been eating at Burger King recently, you've been snarfing down ground-up alien flesh. That's the result of a new DNA test that Burger King ordered after its recent horse meat scare in which one of its food processors admitted using horse flesh alongside beef. What Burger King didn't expect...

Burger King hypes up 'cage-free' pork - but what does it really mean?

4/28/2012 - The latest fast food chain to alter its image in an attempt to appeal to the health-conscious crowd is Burger King, which announced recently that it will begin using only "cage-free" chicken eggs and pork products at its restaurants. One major problem with this, though, is that the term "cage-free"...

Is it even food? Burger King tests bacon ice cream sundae while Pizza Hut serves up hot dog stuffed pizza crust

4/19/2012 - In the race to be the most offensive junk food providers in the world, U.S. fast food giants are rolling out disgusting and health-destroying menu concoctions that come close to activating the gag reflex. Burger King, for example, is now actively testing a bacon sundae, consisting of a (processed,...

Burger King (Japan) offers Windows 7 Whopper with 7 beef patties for $7.77 (satire)

10/23/2009 - What do you get when you combine a good operating system with a ridiculously bad idea of a burger? Burger King's news "Windows 7 Whopper," made with 7 beef patties and sold for ¥777 (Yen). The seven-decker processed beef burger clocks in at 1,000 calories, reports FoxNews. It's offered only...

Burger King Serves Up Fatty Fare Prepared in Sink Used for Bubble Bath

9/11/2008 - A video posted on the Internet shows an employee of a Burger King located in Xenia, Ohio, taking a bubble bath inside of a sink in the kitchen, according to a report by Megan O'Rourke of WDTN News. A video of the whole charade, which was taken by another employee, is currently available for viewing...

CSPI sues Burger King for knowingly harming customers with trans fats

10/4/2007 - The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) filed a lawsuit recently against Burger King for knowingly harming its customers, increasing their risk of heart disease and early death by refusing to stop cooking with partially hydrogenated oils. Cooking oils are artificially hydrogenated to...

Burger King struggles with higher health expectations of consumers

11/3/2006 - In the United Kingdom, Burger King appears to be struggling with sales due to the renewed interest in healthy eating by its British consumers. Burger King -- the world's second-largest hamburger vendor -- indicated that its 650 British stores are continuing to see falling sales while sales in other...

Kudos to Burger King for making fast food low-carb food

1/18/2004 9:07:44 AM - It's rare that I have any praise for a fast food chain, but in this case, I applaud Burger King's move to offer bunless hamburgers to their customers. It's being done in response to consumer demand and the accelerating popularity of the Atkins diet, the South Beach Diet, and other low-carb diets....

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