Fast Food Ads Are Often Opposite Of Reality

Last week the overwhelming majority of readers told us that while fast food ads needn’t match the actual product exactly, but the food should at least be recognizable. Dario submitted a project showing cases in which fast food companies most definitely didn’t live up to this standard.

Pictured here is Dario’s myth vs. reality findings on Jack in the Box. In his post he also takes on Burger King and Taco Bell.

How bad does a fast food order have to look before you ask for a refund?

Fast Food Burger Sizes [Alphaila]

Previously: How Closely Does Fast Food Need To Resemble The Ad Photo?

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