McDonalds: Who’s Lovin’ It?

April 4, 2012 | By

This infographic from Temple University’s Fox School of Business depicts interesting facts about McDonald’s food in order to raise awareness of increasing rates of obesity among adults and children. Additionally, the Infographic incorporates social media to draw the line between customer satisfaction reviews on social networks and information found on McDonalds’ corporate website.

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McDonalds: Who's Lovin It


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Comments (4)

  1. Anon

    I just want to say your advertised vs actual images are of two different products. Advertised is a Big Mac and actual is a Double Cheeseburger.

  2. David Wallace

    @Anon: This may be true but still, an actual Big Mac hardly ever looks like the advertised version. Although, this is true for just about any fast food chain.

    • Keris

      Im not sure which Mcdonalds you’ve been to but every time I order a big mac it looks like a big mac not a cheeseburger. McDonalds isn’t the healthiest food but that picture is truly inaccurate. Your saying it never looks like that but it never looks like a cheeseburger.

  3. Kit

    This is probably the worst anti-fast food graphic I have ever seen.
    It relies on biased opinion instead of nutritional data , the author can’t be bothered to get the pics right, and the few ‘facts’ cited have nothing to do with the quality nor the value of the food , instead relying on ac consumer’s assumption that a product that sells well is somehow deficient.
    McDonald’s – A+
    Site – F.