I do think that cashiers would encourage people on what they eat because many time staff explains new deals to change your order, or they would tell you many other things in the menu to add to your meal. For example... Cashiers explain new offers to their customers in order to save money and get more food rather than one thing worth half the price. Also, many times cashiers mention other food items on the menu in a way of encouraging you to buy more.
A meal we chose was a Teen Burger, fries, and 12oz of Root Beer.
This Burger includes 4 grain servings, 1/2 a serving of vegetables, and 1 and a half servings of meat and alternatives. The cheese is not a serving because it is 50 grams which is a dairy serving.
Next to fries and root beer. Neither of these foods count as a serving because fries lack many nutritional value of vegetables, and root beer contains a lot of sugar which is not healthy.
This meal contains 52 grams of sugar, 1600 my or sodium/salt, and 53 grams of fat. It also only contains 6g of fibre.
Ordering different would be healthier... Instead of root beer, you can order milk so you have atleast one dairy serving. Also instead of having fries, a better decision would be to have sale and increase the servings of vegetables.
This new meal includes 23g of sugar and 11g of fibre.