I read this article that suggests some sandwich chains are selling sandwiches that contain more calories, salt and fat than you would find in a Big Mac. In some cases customers could be consuming two thirds of their daily salt and saturated fat intake, just by eating one sandwich. The National Consumer Council also found that many sandwich chains do not provide any information to show customers how much salt and fat their sandwich contains. A chicken sandwich from the sandwich chain Greggs for example contains 3.6 grams of salt which is two thirds of recommended maximum intake for an adult. In many cases the Big Mac and fries actually turns out to be healthier than a sandwich or a salad from one of the leading sandwich chains. Personally I never purchase sandwiches when I am out, mainly because I tend to be a little fussy. As some one who can’t stand mayonnaise or tomato, finding a sandwich that does not contain either of these ingredients is next to impossible, I do however quite like visiting Burger King.