tricks advertisers use to make food look good

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  1. *ASH*

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    When you go "Falling Down" and complain that the food doesn't look like the picture...be careful what you wish for.
     

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    Ads are deceptive and salesmen are liars. One of our sales reps took a marketing class in college. It ruined him. He hates TV now that he knows the endless tricks of deception that most of us don't even think about when we ignore those annoying adds. We know salesmen are liars and con artists but there's a whole lot more deceptive psychology behind it than most unsuspecting customers realize.
     
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    Sometimes it does. When the salad is unusually fresh, it might be sprayed with Propylene Glycol. Some restaurant salads give me the sheets. This is probably why.
    Go to Chic fil A's website and look at the ingredients in their chicken sandwich. Even the bun has a long list of additives.