If you've been feeling guilty about
your fast food habit, you now have a new "low-cal" option at the drive-thru.
Tuesday, Burger King is launched
its new low-calorie french fries. They say the secret is in a less oil-absorbent batter that coats the fries.
The fast food chain says their new
"satisfries" have 30-percent less fat and 20-percent fewer calories
than a regular order of fries.
The burger joint says the
crinkle-cut fries also have 40-percent less fat than an order from their
competitor, McDonald's, and 30-percent fewer calories than what the golden
arches serves up.
The low-cal, low-fat fries at
burger king will cost 20-to 30-cents more per serving, except in kids meals,
where there will be no price difference.