Burger King now delivers the goods. Literally.
The fast food franchise is rolling out a new delivery option at 16 East Coast locations this week. For a fee of $2, flame-broiled burger fans can stay put and wait for thermal-lined bags of greasy goodness to appear at their front doors.
Los Angeles Times writer Tiffany Hsu suggests the move will benefit Whopper cravers who are “tied to a desk,” unable to disrupt the work day to make a burger run. Somehow, we suspect the option is likelier to appeal to the couch potato.
Here are four more fast food “advancements” that have made it just a little easier for Americans to pack on the pounds.
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