Her comments come just after Cancer Council Australia called for fast food chains to start labeling their products with health ratings.
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“There’s a perception that, because it’s fast food, it’s going to arrive pre-cooked and then it gets thrown in a fryer and then served up,” Lawson told the newspaper. “The art of cooking that goes on is something that gets misunderstood.”