If that was the aim, it could have been done so much better - without resorting to surrealist murdering crap.
Alas, the hilarity of masses buying utter crap and then justifying them is quite common these days, to a point where you really don't need a satire - satire is all around us.
As far as food is concerned, I recall there being a Japanese satire film about the Japanese noodle restaurants - and the wild reactions of the foodies to subpar food. Heck.... every youtube video about wagyu restaurant experience looks like satire - if you open your eyes, that is.
Do keep in mind, this sort of gaslighting that we see on daily basis is not new - The Emperor's New Clothes is basically a fairy tale about that exact thing.
Satire is all around us. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/artist-sells-banana-duct-taped-wall-120k-art-basel-miami-n1096876