Instead, I’m going to bring to your attention its nutritional value—or lack thereof. While KFC won’t release the Double Down’s fat and calorie stats, there’s plenty of speculation. The Vancouver Sun‘s educated “guess-timate” is that “this one menu item can be estimated to supply more than the daily recommended allowance in fat (124%), saturated fat (117%), cholesterol (105%), sodium (125%) and protein (194%), as well as 61% of your daily recommended calorie intake” and “compares closely to the fat, salt and calorie totals of three McDonalds Big Macs put together ….”
In other words, eating a Double Down makes Russian Roulette look like child’s play.
What happened to KFC being the “better-for-you option for health-conscious customers”? Its carcinogenic grilled chicken wasn’t much better, but this oozing pile of grease just screams, “We’re out to kill you.” Keep up the genius marketing, KFC. You’re doing our job for us.
Written by Karin Bennett