Ever look on a dollar menu at a place like McDonalds. You will find sandwiches, fries, drinks, and other items. But how many healthy items can you find? Yea, they might have salad or grilled chicken on the menu, but almost always the unhealthy food is cheaper. Look at an example, Wendy’s double cheeseburger is only 99 cents, while a baked potato is $1.29. A baked potato is a lot healthier, and since it is healthy, they know they can get away with raising the price. So, basically your options are, either get unhealthy food for cheap, or healthy food for more. Another example, not relating to the fast food market, is chips at the grocery store. You can find a bag of lays for $1.99 almost anywhere, but Baked Lays are usually around $4. Why is this so? They are both chips and made by the same company. What’s the big deal? One is healthier and one is not, but the problem is society has been accustomed to pay more for healthy food, or they can’t get it. That’s the facts!