Burger Wars

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Burger Wars Forty million customers are served every day by America's biggest hamburger chains--McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's. In fact, many fast food restaurants are becoming an extension of the family kitchen. About two-thirds of all fast food is takeout, and most of that goes home. Some chains are beginning to put mobile units in unpredictable places such as Wal-Mart, hospitals, schools, and even gas stations. So, what is it about their burgers that attracts …

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…small burgers at these three fast food chains are nutritional. But, that doesn't mean that the larger burgers are. Most large burgers have more than two-thirds of the fat, half of the sodium, and all the saturated fat that the government recommends for a daily diet. However, most Americans sacrifice nutrition to taste. These days more and more Americans are eating fast food and taking more home also. But, it's still far from home cooking.