Burger King Markets New Fries as Healthier

Fast food chain adds French fries to its menu, but are they really better for our health?
1:48 | 09/24/13

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remini, but we could care less if she wins or loses on "dancing with the stars." We notice that burger king but a new kind of french fry on its menu today, another fast food chain marketing healthier fast food. Are they realty healthier and will americans buy them? Reporter: Tonight it's fast food wars, the new battle ground, french fries. New satisfries from burger king, a delicious new choice with 40 percent less fat and 30 percent less calories and big how important are french fries? 50 percent of all orders contain french sfries. Reporter:56 million orders of fries every month. But there is still millions of health conscious consumers currently operating out. Maybe they have an option that might be more palatable to the moms. Bring their kids to burger king INSTEAD of McDonald's. Reporter: So what's the difference between the old fries and the new? Aside from their shape, the old fries have 340 calories in a small. The new satisfries have 270. And what about the taste? We asked a few of the littlest customers. Which fry did you like best? The second. Which one did you like? The first fry. Not quite an apple in a happy meal but a healthy alternative to the old version which are still available. The new fries cost about 20 to 30 cents more. Did you know these are called satisfries. What do you think of that name? It's a bad name. What would you name them? Yummy fries. Ahead right here in just two

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