Ozon — Still fast, less fat, kid-centric
The much-discussed documentary flick “Supersize Me” demonstrates in (rather horrifying) detail exactly what a steady diet of fast food will do to the human body, but the big screen isn’t needed to see the scope of the problem: current statistics show over 37% of American kids are overweight, and more than 15% are clinically obese. The opposing issues of serious obesity-related health concerns and the entrenchment of fast food in American culture present a unique problem to parents who want their kids to eat more nutritiously. Sure, McDonald’s is now offering smaller portions, and has added deluxe salads and spring water to the menu, but sometimes a newcomer, unburdened by legacy, can set the new standards. Could it be Ozon, a new kid-centric fast food franchise that’s quick and healthy?
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