Burger King has just released a new video ad campaign promoting its new artificial preservative-free Whopper burger. While not the most appetizing way to depict its new Whopper option, it does bring back the old discussion of natural ingredients in fast food.
In a way, this campaign resurfaces the viral topic of the lack of decomposition experienced from McDonald’s burgers and fries after several months of being left out. While this image of the Whopper is probably not going to help sell more burgers, it does show that Burger King is starting to look into more natural food choices for its customers. Look for the new artificial preservative-free whopper to hit 400 Burger King locations in the United States by the end of 2020.
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