USA: BK not so bad for you after all, says nutrition watchdog - MEMBERS
A US nutrition watchdog admitted yesterday [Wednesday] that the Chicken Whopper Jr sold by fastfood giant Burger King "actually tastes grilled" and is "the only way to get a normal-sized sandwich these days". The Centre for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), a self-appointed public health guardian, released a statement saying that The Chicken Whopper Jr has 350 calories compared to 580 calories for a regular Chicken Whopper.
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