Post by Adriana Velez. I'm sure health is the first thing on your mind when you order fast food, right? No? Oh, well... I'll tell you today's big food news anyway. Burger King has just introduced it's new, "healthier" French fry, called...Show More Summary
By now, you’re probably well aware of Burger King’s new lo-cal “Satisfries” and perhaps have even seen Mother’s spot that promotes the fast-food chain’s launch of its newest product. Well, what we happened to miss this past weekend during...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Burger King debuted their new “Satisfries,” which have 40 percent less fat and 30 percent fewer calories than their traditional french fries. It took Burger King 10 years to engineer a special batter that would absorb less oil while still maintaining a crispy exterior. Operative word – engineered. Cheryl Forberg, RD, the nutrition [...]
Burger King introduced new Satisfries on Sept. 17, a lower-calorie, crinkle cut version of its french fries.
Fast food brands could use a “health” boost if they want to meet their customers’ expectations. To that end, Burger King is introducing a French fry with 30 percent fewer calories and 40 percent less fat, called “Satisfries.” Will this help? Well, it’s a start.
Summary: Nope, that's not a misspelling in the title, just a new product name for Burger King. Please hold all laughter until the end. Options are nothing new in the fast-food world. Many brands, Burger King included, have diversified their menus to provide options that keep customers visiting. This means customers can choose the traditional burger and fries...
We tasted them, and you may not miss the 40% fat and 30% calories stripped from the spuds. When I was invited to taste test Satisfries, I was skeptical. A healthier fry? (The company is very careful not to say that their latest spuds...Show More Summary
Burger King's new fries are being promoted as a better-for-you alternative to their standard spuds, and guess what? They're actually pretty tasty.
Trends in fast food have added healthier items to the menu in the last few years, with fresh fruit, yogurt and more being added to fast food menus. The staples of the fast food diet are still mostly burgers and fries, though, so instead...Show More Summary
Less fatty ‘Satisfries’ hit Burger King menus in US (via AFP) Fast food giant Burger King introduced a lower-fat, fewer-calorie french fry to US patrons, allowing customers to order a side of “Satisfries” with their meal. The new fry, which is being sold alongside the old classic, has one-third the fat and 20…
When I decide it’s high time for me to procure myself some fast food French fries, the last (last!!!!!!) thing on my mind is their caloric content. No, when I decide that I done deserve some fries, I don’t care how many calories they’re gonna cost me, or where those calories are going. They are [...]
Today Burger King came out with ‘Satisfries’. They contain 20% fewer calories, 30% less fat (and 20-30 cents more per serving). This is a good thing, right? Nope, not really. I’ve been saying this years- it’s not calories in, calories out. It’s nutrients in, nutrients out [so you can live a disease-free life]. Fast food [...]
Burger King's new fries. Low fat, and lightly salted by your tears.
Burger King Reveals New Low-Fat Fries: 30% less fat & 20% fewer calories than previous fries. Sadly, they still come with 100% of the shame.
A new batter keeps the potato from absorbing as much oil, allowing Burger King to offer lower-calorie, lower-fat fries than competitors.
Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News, L2 Afternoon Coffee brings you the day's news in procurement and supply chain... and ill-advised business decisions. For ill-advised is precisely what describes Burger King's newest concoction: lower-fat French fries that go by the moniker of "Satisfries." It's a pun or a portmanteau or something. Show More Summary
Earlier today Burger King revealed the ridiculously-tagged Satisfries, a new crinkle-cut potato product that's lighter and leaner than the competition. As it turns out, they are not the saddest fries. They might be the best fast food fries going. Read more...
Fast-food giant Burger King is introducing a new lower-calorie, crinkle-cut French fry on menus. The chain says that the fries have 20 percent fewer calories than BK's regular fries, thanks to a new batter. [Yahoo News] Do you guys wear...Show More Summary
The fast-food chain says its new Satisfries will have about 40 percent less fat and 30 percent fewer calories than the fries sold by its rival McDonald’s.