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Burger King Phases Out Satisfries, Brings Back Chicken Fries

Nearly a year after Burger King rolled out a low-fat version of french fry called “Satisfries,” the chain has announced that it will discontinue the menu item in two-thirds of its restaurants due to poor sales and will be reintroducing “chicken fries” due to demand. What do you think?

  • “An apology for providing healthy options would go a long way toward restoring our trust in the brand.”

    Ben Hartlein
    Ceramics Glaze Applier
  • “This goes to show you that ordinary people can make a difference when it comes to what foods are served at fast food restaurants.”

    Herman McCandless
    Systems Operator
  • “I want the salads gone too.”

    Lisa Niman
    Wallpaper Designer

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