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Oh.. and please tell me you wouldnt enjoy these things... shit... biologically you are gonna love stuff with fat, salt and sugar... denying that is like denying your sex drive....
nobody, that's who. because the bucks simply don't flow that way.
the reality of restaurants and marketing campaigns is that pandering to peoples' most basic and unhealthy urges returns the highest profitability of all. because nobody on that end gives a flying f--k about the health of the consumer. unless of course when some competing chain comes out with some 'healthy line of fast food bullshit' that is horrible for the human body but smartly circumvents the very limited FDA checks and balances... and then your precious McD's or example of choice will counter with the same line of bullshit dressed up in 'healthy' this and 'healthy' that for the sole purpose of staying competitive and making money.
and as always, none of them actually give a toss about the consumer. and nothing really changed. i mean, have you looked at the nutrient information for the "healthy salads" that the rival chains are coming out with? do that, and then get back to me about what doctors and nutritionists say about the matter in the biggest junk food nation in the world.
so as always, it's up to the consumer to stay educated and create counter-examples against the baconated advertising culture of today, assuming of course that said consumers are reluctant to develop cardiovascular disease, diabetes and a myriad of other health conditions that you'll get by 'going with the flow'.