The fast food industry is in the midst of an industry-wide food fight, with some fast food restaurants having their prices increased, while others are facing a class-action lawsuit from disgruntled customers who claim they’re being forced to pay more for food than they’ve ever paid for in their lives.
The industry has also faced accusations of using false advertising, including claims that some fast-food restaurants are serving unhealthy fast food.
A report released Wednesday by the Center for Science in the Public Interest says the fast food sector has spent millions of dollars to lobby Congress and the White House in an effort to force food safety standards and regulations.
Fast food restaurants are often accused of hiding unhealthy ingredients in their food, but the industry has not been shy about touting their “healthier” options, often with misleading statistics and misleading information.
According to the report, there are more than 1,300 fast food establishments in the United States, which represent only a fraction of the country’s total population of nearly 12 million.
Fast-food operators say they want to remain competitive by offering a diverse menu that includes more nutritious options.
They often argue that the food is healthier because it comes from local suppliers and comes from a variety of sources.
The fast-casual industry has spent more than $20 million on lobbying efforts since 2010, according to the Center.
Many fast food companies have also been fighting back.
In a move aimed at limiting what consumers can order from their fast-numb fast-cookers, McDonald’s and Taco Bell are offering their own versions of their signature fried chicken sandwiches, which contain chicken, onions, and tomatoes.
McDonald’s is also offering a limited-time special to attract diners to its restaurants.
The company says its new menu has fewer calories and less fat, and will provide customers with more choices and more variety.
McDonalds has said that the new menu is part of a “healthy and delicious” approach to the fast-and-lunch menu, and that it will continue to offer healthy items like salads and wraps.
Taco Bell, which has faced criticism for its chicken-fried steak sandwiches, is also launching its own special version of its popular chicken sandwich in September.
The sandwich will be offered exclusively in the U.S. and Canada.
The move has prompted criticism from fast-eaters who argue that McDonald’s new chicken sandwich is just too good to be true.
“It is not a healthy sandwich,” said Brian Reedy, executive director of Fast Food Nation, a group of fast-chicken and fast-sushi restaurants.
“The McDonald’s chicken sandwich looks like it is made of real chicken.”
McDonald’s has also responded to the criticism by saying it will keep offering its chicken sandwiches and chicken salads as part of its new healthy menu.
McDonald spokesman Dan Rees said the company has made changes to its chicken menu in response to consumers’ concerns, and has taken additional steps to address concerns.
“We want to reassure our customers that McDonalds will continue offering our chicken sandwiches to meet all the health and nutrition standards set by the U,S.
Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration,” Rees wrote in an email.
McDonald is also making changes to the way it sells its fried chicken sandwich.
The new chicken sandwiches are not as greasy as they used to be, and they are made with leaner ingredients, including chicken liver, bacon, and onions, according a company press release.
Reedy says McDonald’s fried chicken is a more healthy option, and says the company’s new grilled chicken sandwich will feature chicken breast, lettuce, tomatoes, and mayonnaise.
But Reedy also said the new grilled version will have a healthier balance of fat, sodium, and protein.
In addition to McDonald’s changes to their chicken sandwich, fast- and slow-food chains have also come under scrutiny for using deceptive advertising.
The U.K. fast-fashion chain L’Oréal is under investigation by the Advertising Standards Authority for using misleading messages on its ad campaigns about its high-quality products.
Fast Food Empire, which was owned by the world’s largest fast- food chain, has also come in for criticism for deceptive advertising, according, to The Associated Press.
The ad says the restaurant is “one of the best” and that customers can get “100% satisfaction.”
However, the ad contains an image of a man wearing a wig and makeup that is “fake.”
Fast-Food Empire has also been accused of using “fake news” and “false advertising” to market its products.
It’s not the first time Fast Food Empires has been accused by fast- eaters of using misleading advertising.
In 2013, the company was accused of misleading consumers by using a promotional video that showed a man with a fake mustache and a wig.
In 2016, Fast Food Franchises was accused by customers of misleading them about the number of locations in their area.
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