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Do Teens "Eat Fresh" at Subway?

A study of teen eating habits at McDonald's and Subway draws some might broad conclusions from some mighty slim statistical variances.

A recent study by the Palo Alto Medical Research Foundation concluded that Subway "Eat Fresh" spokesman Jared "Slim" Fogle might as well pack up his road show because teens eat just as unhealthily at Subway as they do at Culinary Den of Iniquity McDonald's, reports the Los Angeles Times. According to the results published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, the 97 youngsters in the study (aged 12 to 21) bought an average of 1,038 calories at McDonald’s and ...

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Mike Buzalka

Mike Buzalka is executive features editor of Food Management and has served the magazine in this capacity since 1998. Before that, he was executive editor of The Foodservice..
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