I’d have to say tacos. French fries. Pizza. Chipotle burrito bowl. Chick-fil-A milk shakes. I wouldn’t eat fast food if you paid me. The founder Hans Hass he basically looked at, you know, what was going on with society and how the beef was being raised, and not just the beef, but even the poultry, how some of that is raised. Too many people are getting sick from the pesticides and toxins that were being fed to the animals through the corn feeds and all. That was where it came from, you know, ‘everyone wants a burger, how can I get a healthy burger?’ History has shown that probably McDonald’s is probably not the healthiest choice so I think we just come to Elevation Burger because of that. When I’m like, eating McDonalds I like want to go to sleep but when I’m eating Elevation Burger or Whole Foods or something, it’s lighter food, so I feel more light. They are better informed, they are either concerned about a lot of things from that standpoint , whether it be the calories, whether it be the glutens, whether it be things of that nature so, yeah they’re definitely been informed and we’ve done this to things to try and make, you know, answer their needs.You get older and, you know, you want to live. You know, when you’re a kid, you know, nothing really matters. You live care free. But as you get older healthy eating becomes really important. Obviously the pastries and things with more calories, people are like ‘oh no, I got to stay away from on that’, so people are trying to choose healthier options. We have some regulars that come in and one of the things that our sandwiches, some of our sandwiches on request [xx] lettuce. Part of that question comes back, and you know, hey, you know, what can I do to try and cut back on some of those calories? We don’t eat out a lot, you know, and if we do it is more or less places like Panera and, I could probably count how many times my son has eaten McDonalds, it’s probably like ten times. One thing you hear more than anything else is that you can actually taste the difference. I think most people when they try it, you know, they get a little bit concerned, they see the word organic and it kind of scares them a little bit, and I said, ‘try it, you’ll like it.’ This day and age, I know that in order to eat healthy I think you have to pay a little bit more, I think that’s how, you know, society is, you know, anything cheap is probably really bad for you, so I guess you just have to make that sacrifice if you want to live healthier. We’ll probably make a conscious effort not to eat out all the time and if we do then we’ll probably, you know, make it a healthier choice – for them.