Fast food promotion company Fast Food Nation has created a brand new concept for every meal in its restaurants.
The company announced Tuesday that it is launching a new concept in its stores called “Eat, Sleep and Play.”
The concept is a way for customers to customize their meals by eating less, staying hydrated, and taking advantage of a new technology called Smart Dose.
The first two items on the menu are the “Eat” and “Sleep” options.
Customers can customize their meal by adding vegetables, fruit, or nuts, and they can choose a side dish, such as rice, soup, or salad.
Customers can choose between a variety of drinks, from juice, water, or a shake.
The Smart Dosed system allows the company to measure and adjust the health effects of the food to help customers avoid or reduce their intake of harmful substances.
It’s not the first time the company has introduced a new menu item, but it is the first one to focus on healthier options.
“The world has changed in recent years,” said David Wurth, president and CEO of Fast Food World, which also owns The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
“We’ve all become more aware of the impact of the environmental footprint of food and drink.
We’ve also started to see more and more restaurants and fast food chains offering healthier meals and more nutritious choices.”
Wurth says the new menu feature is not an “advice” from Fast Food America, but rather a new way for the company and its partners to “engage with customers to deliver more nutritious meals and choices.”
“Our aim is to give customers the best experience in the restaurant, to make their dining experience more enjoyable and convenient for them, and to support local businesses and local communities,” Wurths told NBC News.
In the U.S., Fast Food Worldwide, which has a footprint in about 20 countries, operates more than 600 restaurants.
Its sales are estimated at $1.7 billion.
Fast Food Republic has a similar footprint in more than 50 countries, but is only known for franchising.
The new menu offers consumers a variety options, from salads to steak to sandwiches.
The restaurant has a new app called “Fast Food” that is being launched on the company’s website, where customers can log in and create their own custom menu items, such a vegetarian burger, or “the ultimate burger” that includes chicken, turkey, bacon, and a salad.
WurTh says the app will allow customers to add their own photos and videos to the app and share with friends and family.
Fast Food Nation is now offering the new Smart Doses menu item for $3.99, $9.99 for a single meal, and $19.99 per month.
Customer testimonials from customers have been coming in daily, and the company says that it has received more than 2 million customer reviews.
The Food and Drug Administration is working with Fast Food USA to ensure that all products tested are safe for people over the age of 21, and has approved the product for distribution.