According to data from the Food and Drug Administration, Subway, the nation’s most popular fast food restaurant chain, has the most fat content among condiments.
The American Heart Association estimates that more than one in five Americans are overweight or obese.
Subway is the third-most popular fast-food restaurant chain in the United States, according to the National Restaurant Association.
The company’s top two condiment brands include Kraft and Kraft Lite.
The chain has more than 7,300 restaurants across the United Kingdom and France, and it sells more than 1.7 million packages of Kraft-branded condiments and sauces every day.
Kraft has about 1.6 billion packages of condiments in the U.S. alone, according the company.
According to the FDA, Kraft has more fat than many of the most popular packaged foods, including ice cream, fruit, candy and potato chips.
The top two Subway condiments with the highest saturated fat content are: