Hungry? Try the brand new giant Jack from Hungry Jacks – I just can't …

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Big Jack. Rolls of the tongue, sounds like a Burger? Big Jack I said, not the other one.

That’s the name for Hungry Jack’s latest creation – a duo of flame grilled Aussie beef burger patties with a “Special” “Big Jack sauce”.

About Hungry?

Hungry? Try the new Big Jack from Hungry Jacks – I just can't …

About Hungry
In politics, humanitarian aid, and social science, hunger is a condition in which a person, for a sustained period, is unable to eat sufficient food to meet basic nutritional needs. So in the field of hunger relief, the term hunger is used in a sense that goes beyond the common desire for food that all humans experience.
Throughout history, portions of the world’s population have often suffered sustained periods of hunger. In many cases, hunger resulted from food supply disruptions caused by war, plagues, or adverse weather. In the decades following World War II, technological progress and enhanced political cooperation suggested it might be possible to substantially reduce the number of people suffering from hunger. While progress was uneven, by 2015 the threat of extreme hunger subsided for many of the world’s population. According to figures published by the FAO in 2019 however, the number of people suffering from chronic hunger has been increasing over the last four years. This is both as a percentage of the world’s population, and in absolute terms, with about 821 million afflicted with hunger in 2018.
While most of the world’s hungry people continue to live in Asia, much of the increase in hunger since 2015 occurred in Africa and South America. The FAO’s 2017 report discussed three principal reasons for the recent increase in hunger: climate, conflict, and economic slowdowns. The 2018 report focused on extreme weather as a primary driver of the increase in hunger, finding rises were especially severe in countries where the agricultural systems were most sensitive to extreme variations in weather. While the FAO’s 2019 report found there was also a strong correlation between increases in hunger and countries that had suffered an economic slowdown.
Many thousands of organisations are engaged in the field of hunger relief; operating at local, national, regional or international levels. Some of these organisations are dedicated to hunger relief, while others may work in a number of different fields. The organisations range from multilateral institutions, to national governments, to small local initiatives such as independent soup kitchens. Many participate in umbrella networks that connect together thousands of different hunger relief organisations. At the global level, much of the world’s hunger relief efforts are coordinated by the UN, and geared towards achieving the 2030 Sustainable Development Goal for “Zero hunger”.

And of course, separated by a middle bun too.

Scott Baird from Hungry Jacks says it’s all about the beef “We don’t add anything to our 100% Aussie beef except the delicious BBQ smoky taste you get from flame grilling; it’s the unique flavour you just can’t get from the American style of frying in a flat press,”

Hungry? Try the new Big Jack from Hungry Jacks – I just can't …

“The Big Jack has its own special sauce, which enhances the flavour of the flame grilling and the taste embodies why the burgers are better at
Hungry Jack’s.”

And if that’s not enough, they’ve got one that’s even bigger he tells us “We’ve also created the Mega Jack; its 25% bigger and half a pound of Aussie beef, for those with an appetite for something extra special. It will definitely take two hands to handle the Mega Jack.”

Beef, Fresh lettuce, onions, pickles, cheese and that special sauce.

The Big Jack is available at all Hungry Jack’s restaurants, and you can get free delivery with the “hjbigjack” promo code on their App, Menulog or Uber eats for the next two weeks.

Hungry? Try the new Big Jack from Hungry Jacks – I just can’t imagine what they are targeting with this?

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