McDonald’s vs. Wendy’s
In today’s era the low carb diets and obsessive exercise routines, people are more careful with food choices, but also there comes the era where fast food restaurants accommodate the need for cheap food quickly. The fast, quick, and easy foods though are unfortunately aren’t always the healthiest choices for the person. There are two fast food restaurants that are now offering healthy menu choices low in fats and carbs without taking away the taste. McDonald’s and Wendy’s both fall under the same category for fast foods but both provide different characteristics in healthier choice menu items. The two fast food restaurants differ considerably but both Wendy’s and McDonald’s offer numerous salad choices.
The most incredible breakthrough for these two fast food restaurants was the introduction of the healthier burger alternatives to their menus. Wendy’s one healthier sandwich to offer which is the Ultimate Chicken Grill which only has 6.5 grams of fat when loaded with toppings. Wendy’s is also the leader in various healthier meals. Wendy’s baked potatoes, minus all the large fatty toppings, are a great choice to a healthy meal. While Wendy’s had a selective healthier menu choices for a while, McDonald’s however has begun to offer healthier meal choices. In today’s era, McDonald’s provides a wide variety of healthy alternatives including fruit yogurt parfaits and green apple slices for the children’s menu. McDonald’s healthier sandwich choices include McVeggie Burger, Chicken Fajitas, and Whole Wheat Chicken McGrill. Wendy’s presentation of healthier menu choices is superior. Wendy’s salads are large and fresh with topping sizes appropriate.
McDonald’s fails at establishing a superior presentation of healthier food choices. The McDonald’s salads lack in appearance and freshness; the salads appear just to be thrown together and often look like wilted lettuce. Without a knife, eating salads can be overwhelming. The chicken pieces in...
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