What is with all the "improvements" these fast food places are coming up with?
I remember several years ago or so when Burger King announced they had changed their French fries I asked a friend if that meant they were basically admitting they were bad before? Well, of course we both knew the answer to that. The sad thing is their new fries may have been even worse.
A few months ago I saw Dominos Pizza had announced they have improved their pizza. Again, admitting it was not as good as it could have been. Does that mean all their customers from over the years can ask for refunds?
Personally, when I had it, I liked Dominos. Then again I liked Pizza Hutt, Papa Johns, CiCis and more. I guess with pizza I am easy to please.
Then on top of that, they now have Sea salt. Really? Sea salt? As if the iodized table salt we have been enjoying for oh so many years was no longer en vogue enough? It does not appear to be for health purposes. Are times that bad Wendy’s?
McDonalds often comes out with new products. I have nothing against that. They at least do not change existing products though. They are smart like that. Plus they know Grimace might get mad and eat one of the VPs.
I mean no one is going to demand Dominos or Wendy’s bring back their old formulas like way back in 1985 when Coca Cola brought out “New Coke,” but still, are these changes just marketing routines to draw in people because of suffering business, or are the changes really for the better?
I want your feedback.
At least Dominos did not bring back the Noid. Sea salt indeed.