THERE ARE THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS OF FOOD BLOGS, BUT ONLY ONE CULINARY NO-NO!
Buried in my more than 700 Culinary no-no installments is a segment (that I can’t seem to find) about fast food items that are advertised as food porn, until you get to the restaurant. Then “big” becomes puny, as if someone sat on your burger before it got placed in that Styrofoam box.
Here’s another “We’re bigger and better” example.
It’s never like they tell you it will be.
Nothing’s ever done about the shrinkage. It’s basically let the buyer beware. But now Burger King is feeling the flame-broiled heat.
Last week a federal lawsuit filed alleged that Burger King uses oversized and inaccurate pictures to advertise and illustrate all of its Whopper-branded sandwiches—including the meat-free Impossible Whopper and the new Whopper Melts—its Croissan’wich breakfast sandwiches, and its basic hamburger and cheeseburger.
“Although the size of the Whopper increased materially in Burger King’s advertisements, the recipe or the amount of beef or ingredients contained in Burger King’s Whopper has never changed,” the lawsuit claims.
What do the plaintiffs want?
Damages, legal fees, a jury trial, and more accurate pictures of Burger King products.
Are Burger King items wimpy. Looks like the courts will decide.
Read more here.
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ICYMI….Culinary no-no #730