Despite the best efforts of some of the more renowned and reputable brands, the fast food industry still carries around a negative stereotype that it often can't shake.
Most of that is because certain sandwiches or burgers make it hard to ignore how poorly constructed this food can be from a healthy standpoint.
The positive when it comes to fast food is that most of the chains understand that healthier, fast food options are a must. You can't always ingest burgers and French fries, so having other options on the menu, or place, is needed.
But amidst a little trying, such as the Subway Club, Oven Roasted Chicken Sandwich or even the few grilled chicken options from heavy hitters like McDonald's, Wendy's or Burger King, the fast food sandwich still falls woefully short across the board as far as fat content is concerned.
What is more depressing and difficult are the slew of sandwiches that seem harmless and actually are marketed with tag lines like "healthy," "fresh" and "fit," which usually include television commercials of lots of lettuce, tomatoes and other vegetables being washed and tossed around like a salad is the intended final product.
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