When unappetizing food shots from the London newspaper the Guardian began making the rounds a few weeks ago, it was photographic evidence of the need for operators to improve their unit-level training. The photos contrasted marketing shots of select items, like the Burger King Whopper, McDonald’s sausage breakfast burrito, Arby’s Beef ‘n Cheddar sandwich and Taco Bell’s Bell Grande nachos, to name a few, with photos of the products as they were received at the store. If you ...
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