Burger King launches lower-calorie fries: 30 percent less fat in 'Satisfries'
Last Updated: 71 days ago
French fry lovers now have a lower-calorie option at Burger King.
The fast-food giant unveiled its new crinkle-cut fries that they say has 30 percent less fat and 20 percent fewer calories than regular fries.
It's called 'Satisfries' and has 270 calories versus an order of regular fries at 340 calories.
Burger King says it is using a different batter that absorbs less oil.
The fries will cost a bit more except in kids meals.
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