Saturday 4th of December 2021

subway would sink in france with advert like this...


Australia's most popular fast-food restaurants need to be more transparent about their nutrition policies and should commit to reducing salt, sugar and saturated fat, according to a new report which ranks the retailers based on their public positions on tackling obesity.

The report, released today by Deakin University's Global Obesity Centre, examined the 11 largest fast-food restaurants – which cover about 67 per cent of the market – using publicly available information, then ranked them based on their policies relating to healthy eating.


It found the majority of the restaurants do not identify nutrition and health as being a focus area, with a sector-wide failure by "quick service restaurants" to disclose what they are doing to address obesity and nutrition.


The restaurants were given a score out of 100 based on six factors, including policies on marketing to children, disclosure of nutritional information on menus and online, plans to reduce "nutrients of concern" such as sugar and saturated fat, and a commitment to health in corporate strategy.

Subway topped the list with 48/100, with researchers suggesting it could do better by phasing out free soft drink refills. Domino's Pizza was the bottom of the pack with just 3/100, scoring zero in each category except for nutrition labelling and transparency in its corporate relationships.

McDonald's, KFC, Nando's, Hungry Jack's, Pizza Hut, Chicken Treat, Red Rooster, Oporto and Grill'd notched up scores ranging from 10 to 42.

Subway and Nando's both offered further information to researchers, while other companies declined.


Though Subway comes on top of the "best" fast-food, it would not go down well with the French with such sarcasm in advertising...



the grim fat fact...

The CEO of a health food company has learned the hard way that reciting medical data and coming to logical conclusions, like favoring a health mandate to prevent obesity, will bring out the corporate beast in the woke mob.  

‘If you wish to learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize,’ goes the famous saying. If that is true, then Americans are being ruled by a truly domineering tyrant, who can’t bear to hear advice that just might save the entire kingdom.  

Jonathan Neman, CEO of the upscale salad chain Sweetgreen, broke some uncomfortable truths to the millions of Americans who are bursting around the waistline: being obese in the age of Covid could lead to their even more untimely death. 

78% of hospitalizations due to COVID are Obese and Overweight people,” Neman stated in a LinkedIn post that went viral. “Is there an underlying problem that perhaps we have not given enough attention to? Is there another way to think about how we tackle ‘healthcare’ by addressing the root cause?” 

“We have been quick to put in place Mask and Vaccine Mandates but zero conversation on HEALTH MANDATES,” continued the CEO, as he waded unknowingly into alligator-infested swamp water. “All the while we have printed unlimited money to soften the blow the shutdowns have caused to our country.” 

Despite prefacing his argument with as much virtue signaling padding as possible, emphasizing that he was not an anti-vaxxer and thought vaccines a grand idea, it didn’t matter to the woke pack. Neman had committed the unforgivable crime of stating facts at a deranged moment in American history when the infantile, self-consumed audience has no other desire than to be lulled asleep with a candy-coated simulacrum of reality. 

And it wasn’t as though the CEO was misrepresenting the truth. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for example, described the grim reality facing overweight and obese Americans as thus: “As clinicians develop care plans for COVID-19 patients, they should consider the risk for severe outcomes in patients with higher BMIs [Body Mass Index], especially for those with severe obesity…[which is] a risk factor for both hospitalization and death.”

Funnily enough, no social justice warriors were reported accusing the CDC of ‘fat shaming’ with the release of that sobering study.  In the case of Jonathan Neman, however, the mob came out in full flabby force, howling in collective pain, attempting to portray the successful businessman as a playground bully who spends his days teasing portly children. Thus, in a script that has been played out on numerous occasions in the past, the American CEO –  himself the actual victim of online bullying – deleted the ‘offensive’ post which had triggered the latest leftist conniption fit. 


Corporate America would never allow a ‘healthy food mandate’ like they have ‘mask mandates’ – junk food is far too profitable


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