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Burger Wars

Burger Wars

Forty million customers are served every day by America's biggest hamburger chains--McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's. In fact, many fast food restaurants are becoming an extension of the family kitchen. About two-thirds of all fast food is takeout, and most of that goes home. Some chains are beginning to put mobile units in unpredictable places such as Wal-Mart, hospitals, schools, and even gas stations. So, what is it about their burgers that attracts people to them so much? Following is a comparison of nutritional value, price, size, and taste of the most popular three hamburger chains.

Let's take a look at Wendy's burgers first. According to a Consumer's Report research project on food chains, much evidence was discovered that Wendy's burgers were the most unhealthy of the three restaurants. These burgers had more calories, saturated fat, sodium, and cholesterol than the others. They were also the highest priced. However, Wendy's hamburgers were bigger and contained the most protein. Personally, I feel that bigger or not, burgers were not meant to be square.

McDonald's hamburgers seemed to be pretty healthy considering their size. They had the least calories, fat, and sodium. They ...

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