The McNugget of Truth in the Fast-Food Lawsuits. Fast-food litigation has been greeted coolly by the public and press, but customers may have a reasonable case. By Adam Cohen. [New York Times: Opinion]
“It is at least a question of fact,” the judge held, whether a reasonable consumer would know that a McNugget “contained so many ingredients other than chicken and provided twice the fat of a hamburger.”
Did you know that an order of chicken provided twice the fat of a hamburger? I didn’t.
I’m against frivolous lawsuits, and all for personal consumer responsibility. But if you want us to be responsible for our actions, don’t hide the facts. Or the fat.

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