Fast Food Additives Are No-Nos and More Restaurant News Now Fit for a Toddler
Here’s one restaurant trend we weren’t expecting: Chains advertising to us with toddler talk.
Panera Bread recently announced that it will remove 150 artificial additives from its menu by the end of 2016—an admirable stance and one a lot of big brands have been taking recently. Huge companies like Pizza Hut, Taco Bell and Subway have all made similar proclamations as of late.
But Panera has an interesting way of letting us know which ingredients will be out. When it released its “no-no” list, the company chose language less fit for a national chain and more reminiscent of something our mom said when we reached for old bottles under the kitchen sink.
Could using language we typically reserve for children make all recent restaurant news more palatable? We’ll let you be the judge. Can you decipher the headlines we’ve assuaged below?