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Hoax - McDonald’s Will Stop Serving Overweight Customers Beginning 1/1/15

The article below: "McDonald’s Will Stop Serving Overweight Customers Beginning 1/1/15," published on fake or news satirical website www.dailybuzzlive.com, is a hoax. Most of the articles on the website 'www.dailybuzzlive.com' are fictional and should not be taken as facts. Although McDonald's has taken steps to make their meals healthier, they will not stop serving overweight customers.
Hoax - McDonald’s Will Stop Serving Overweight Customers Beginning 1/1/15
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Hoax - McDonald’s Will Stop Serving Overweight Customers Beginning 1/1/15

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McDonald’s Will Stop Serving Overweight Customers Beginning 1/1/15

McDonald’s Will Stop Serving Overweight Customers Beginning 1/1/15 . Obesity in America has more than doubled over the last 2 decades and has become the leading public health issue in the U.S. With more than two-thirds of the adult population overweight, McDonald’s has decided to become part of the solution – not the problem.

According to reports, beginning January 1, 2015, McDonald’s will no longer serve customers with a weight capacity over 170 lbs for women and 245 lbs for men. Children’s weight restrictions will vary depending on age and height.

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