Many American’s struggle with eating healthy. It’s not a secret that we’re mostly overweight. Right now – more than one-in-three adults are obese. That trend is worse in some parts of the country than in others. Surprisingly – the worst offenders are just west of the Appalachians and east of the Mississippi river.
If you’re trying to watch how many calories your body is taking in – you might want to consider eating from the Dollar Menu. Many of us are fooled every day in to eating options from the premium menu that sound healthy. McDonald’s Premium Chicken Club sandwich has nearly 600 calories in it and over 40% of your daily fat intake.
Most of us hear the word “premium” and assume that these items are made with higher quality ingredients that are healthier for you. The sad news … Read More »
The world of Fast Food is filled with both successes and failures. We are all familiar with the successes that have become a part of our regular vocabulary. Big Mac, Whopper, Burrito Supreme… the list really could go on and on. But, we tend to forget how many failures pave the way for those successes and how difficult it is for large scale restaurant chains to alter or add to their menus at all.
Here at Foodio54 – we wanted to remind you of just a few of those failed attempts that never made the cut at some of the most popular fast food restaurants in America.
1 – McLobster – McDonald’s
Time Period: 1993
McDonald’s has never had much luck trying to add anything to their seafood options. The McLobster was an attempt to add a menu item for people with dietary restrictions that … Read More »
Last month the headlines were abound with articles ridiculing the proposed budget for McDonald’s hourly employees making $7.25 hourly. The budget journal, a result of McDonald’s joining forces with Visa, proposed that its workers have two full-time jobs and pay as little as $20 a month for health insurance and $600 a month for rent. It was unrealistic and laughed at by all.
Now labor organizers are calling upon fast-food workers across the country to go on strike August 29th to pressure restaurant chains to raise the hourly wage from an average of $8.94 to $15. One-day job walkouts are expected to take place in New York City, Washington D.C., St. Louis, Milwaukee, and Detroit.
The spokesperson for the website promoting the event, LowPayIsNotOk.org, has stated that companies like McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Burger King, Taco Bell, KFC, Pizza Hut, Domino’s, Little Caesars, Subway, … Read More »