Pictures Worth A Thousand Bites??  Do Fast Food Items Need To Match Their Photos On Restaurant Menus?

Burger King is being sued by people who says the burger chain’s famed  Whoppers  are too small.

A federal judge in Miami has rejected the fast food chain’s request to have the lawsuit dismissed.

The proposed class action lawsuit claims Burger King misleads costumers with menu pictures that make the Whopper appear to be 35-percent bigger and contain twice the meat than what is served.

Burger King argued it doesn’t need to serve burgers that look “exactly like the picture.”

McDonald’s, Wendy’s and Taco Bell are also all facing similar lawsuits.


SAN RAFAEL, CA – JULY 27: A Burger King Red and Yellow sign is posted in front of a Burger King restaurant on July 27, 2015 in San Rafael, California. Burger King parent company Restaurant Brands International reported a 7.9 percent increase in second quarter sales at Burger King restaurants in the United States and Canada with revenue of $1.04 billion. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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