October 2002 Issue
An Oxymoronic Task? Finding the "Best" Fast Foods
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. With apologies to Charles Dickens, this could describe fast food today. It’s fast, cheap and convenient. But healthful? Not exactly what comes to mind when you think fast food. And for good reason. Despite McDonald’s recent much-heralded and long-overdue switch to non-trans oil for frying, its fries are still every bit as fatty and caloric as before. But thanks to expanding menus, tough competition and clientele clamoring for
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