Fast Food Advertisement Analysis

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I will be writing my opinion about fast food companies false advertising their food as becoming healthier. Each paragraph will have an example of an false advertisement through the fast food companies of McDonald’s, Burger King and Kentucky Fried Chicken. My target audience is any consumers of these fast food companies. Kentucky Fried Chicken, Burger King and McDonald’s. The question that comes to my mind when I see all these fast food companies is, are they becoming healthier? If I asked you this question, I would not be surprised with your answer. I would not be surprised because I expect your answer to be “No they are not becoming healthier.” We have all seen fast food advertisements on television. From the advertisements,
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I think this because most of their main food is deep fried and all their deep fried food is fill of grease. I know this because I experienced this many times in my deep fried chicken. The greasiness of the chicken makes me sick and it is not enjoyable to eat. Kentucky Fried Chicken’s main source of income is their deep fried chicken obviously. I do not see how their chicken is their main source of income because it is filled with oil which is unpleasant. I have seen many KFC advertisements on television but I have not seen this one before. This one advertisement that I have not seen before is controversial because it is not what you would expect. This advertisement contains a wife that expresses a concern of eating healthier and offers her husband a bucket of fried chicken as an alternative of eating healthier. This blew my mind when I watched it. This advertisement did not fool me because this advertisement is quite weird in the sense that who would actually fall for this idiotic advertisement.

Kentucky Fried Chicken, Burger King and McDonald’s. These companies have false advertise their food to make the viewers seem like they are becoming healthier. From seeing all the false advertising from each fast food company; Have I convinced you that these fast food companies false advertise their food as becoming

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