Welcome to FastFoodCompare.com, the most complete up-to-date source to compare the nutritional values of your favorite fast foods. There are two main ways that you can get information on fast food nutrition from FastFoodCompare.com. The first is through the blog posts and the second is by using the fast food nutritional comparison charts.
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Compare the Nutritional Values of Fast Food using Compare Charts
The Fast Food Compare Charts will let you select the items that you want to see and then display the Calories, Total Fat, Saturated Fat, Trans Fat, Cholesterol, Sodium, Carbohydrates, Dietary Fiber, Sugars and Protein so you can compare them. At FastFoodCompare.com you are in control of the comparisons that you want to see. You can select the restaurants that you want to see. So, if a restaurant is not in your part of the country or you would never step into a particular establishment for whatever reason, then remove it from the selection. Also, you can select the types of foods you want to see. So, if you just what to know what the healthiest burger is then select only burgers. But if you want to know what is the healthiest among burgers, tacos and chicken sandwiches then include only those types in your selection. With you in control of what you want to see, you will no longer see the White Castle hamburger show up as the healthiest just because it is the smallest of all burgers or the McDonald’s Soft Serve Cone as the best when you wanted lunch not dessert. Also, this site is up-to-date and current. So the new menu items are included. Also, many chains have reformulated their menu to serve lower calorie foods. For example the McDonald’s Big Mac has fewer calories and fat then it did just a few years ago.