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Fast Food: Advertise vs. Reality

Have you ever received a "less than perfect" looking meal from your favorite fast food restaurant?

For example, have you ever received this?

When based on the Arby's magazine ad you were expecting your roast beef and cheddar to look like this?

You will often see your favorite fast food restaurant running television commercials, newspaper inserts and magazine advertisements displaying appetizing looking breakfast sandwiches, cheeseburgers and salads.

How often, when you get to your local Wendy’s, Arby’s, Burger King, or whomever you’re favorite grab-and-go meal supplier is, does the $1 value meal look as filling and delicious as the meals you saw advertised during your favorite TV show last night?

The following photos show pictures of advertised fast food meals followed by photos of what they really looked like when the consumers took them out of the package.

Let’s start with breakfast. On your commute into work you see a billboard for a Burger King egg, cheese and sausage croissant...

How often after you pull through the drive thru and unwrap your breakfast, does it look like this?

Now, for McDonald's Sausage Breakfast Burrito, advertising shows you:

When in reality, you may be receiving this:

What do you think? Does your favorite fast food look like the advertising? Is this false advertising?

Amy Gifford
Sourse: Inventorspot.com

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