Burger King in court in America

Burger King in court in America

Customers allege in a class action lawsuit that the burgers are 35% larger, contain twice the amount of meat served, and display the burgers in such a way that ingredients “hang over the bun.” . In a response, Burger King said it had no obligation to serve burgers ‘as shown in the picture’. “The grilled beef burgers depicted in our ad are the same burgers used in the millions of Whopper sandwiches we serve to our guests across the country,” the company said in a statement. Judge Roy Altman said, “It’s up to the jury to decide what reasonable people would think.”

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The lawsuit alleges breach of contract against Burger King and the judge also allowed wrongful enrichment and negligence claims. He disallowed allegations based on television and online advertisements. There, the judge found no indication that the restaurant chain prescribed a specific weight or size of hamburger and did not deliver it.

Other major chains face similar lawsuits. Lawsuits are already pending against McDonald’s and Wendy’s. Taco Bell was sued last month for filling only half of some products. All lawsuits seek at least $5 million in damages.

Source: Out.of.Home Shops / Reuters

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