WWTT? Burger King's Moldy Whopper Ad Has People Talking ... But Are They Buying?

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Seeing mold on a food item usually elicits a response of disgust, followed by tossing said item as far away from you (usually in the trash). But for Burger King, the home of the Whopper, mold is seen as a sign of beauty — and more importantly — of no artificial preservatives.

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