Burger King Debuts Low-Fat ‘Satisfries’

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Burger King Debuts Low-Fat ‘Satisfries’

Fast food chain Burger King is rolling out a new item that it calls Satisfries, a type of crinkle-cut french fry that allegedly has 40 percent less fat and 30 percent fewer calories than McDonald’s french fries. What do you think?

  • “Do you have to order them by name?”

    Ken Karabatsos
  • “Too much science for me. I just like to eat.”

    Tina O’Connor
    Tabletop Sander
  • “That doesn’t sound satisfrying at all.”

    Dennis DiBenedetto