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Fast Food Restaurants Have Expanded More Than Their Menus

09:40 EDT 16 Apr 2019 | Science Blog

Fast Food Restaurants Have Expanded More Than Their MenusSince they first started popping up across America in the 1950s, fast food restaurants have drastically changed food culture. A meal that was once made slowly has now been pushed to the peak of efficiency and can be eaten on demand almost 24/7. While this easy access to food certainly has its benefits—cost-effectiveness and time […]

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