Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Kentucky Fat Chicken

KFC sued over unhealthy fat:
The Center for Science in the Public Interest, in a suit filed against Yum Brands Inc. in the Superior Court for the District of Columbia, said some KFC meals were "startlingly" high in artery-clogging trans fat from the partially hydrogenated oils used for frying.

CSPI executive director Michael Jacobson said it was harder to avoid trans fat at KFC than at other fast-food restaurants.

Yes, it's harder to avoid trans fat at KFC than other fast food chains because, like, the magnets are stronger in the stores and pull my car into the drive-through without giving me a fighting chance to go to Taco Bell.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Center for Science in the Public Interest also has tried to get ice cream shops to close because ice cream, in excess, is unhealthy in thier learned opinions.

These people collectively comprise the secret identities of Captain Obvious and No Shit Boy.