Salt Content In Fast Food Depends On Country

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Salt Content In Fast Food Depends On Country

A recently published study of fast food in several countries found that the amount of salt in menu items varied country to country. What do you think?

  • "Well, what a European McDonald’s lacks in salt, it more than makes up for in mayo, so it's not all bad."

    Devon Campbell
    Oil Dispatcher
  • "Just tell me where I can find the saltiest Whopper."

    Dana Sandweiss
    Commercial Groundskeeper
  • "The United Nations is worthless."

    Dane DiManincor
    Bit Sharpener