The resemblance between what you see and what you get at fast food restaurants has been a hot debate in the massively obese business community for decades. But the differences between what we see in the ads and what we actually wind up eating just seems to get further and further apart with each passing year.
The blog Alphalia picked up a few popular fast food menu items, took the prettiest possible photos of them they possibly could and then compared them to their advertisement counterparts. The results speak for themselves. As a bonus, I’ve added a picture from The Consumerist of Taco Bell’s Cantina Tacos compared to their advertised form. How far can you go before its considered false advertisement?