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The Fast Food Meals We Should Have in the U.S. (But Don’t)

In the U.S., we tend to think of fast food fare as the standard burger-and-fries combo. Throw in a pepperoni or cheese pizza and a hot dog on a rare occasion, and that pretty much covers all the bases. But outside of the States, the average consumer has different tastes. And while, sure, a plain burger is likely to be popular in many parts of the world, fast food customers in different countries have distinct tastes. Take a trip to a fast food joint in India, Taiwan, Kenya or Italy, and you’re likely going to see some menu items you’d

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Slutty Vegan Founder Pinky Cole On Plant-Based Fast Food

Whether you’re a staunch vegan or a hardcore carnivore, it’s easy to see that the vegan food space is more exciting than it’s ever been. Store shelves, fast food menus, restaurant concepts — they’re all beefing up (pun very much intended, sorry) efforts to cater to the palates of vegans and vegetarians across the nation. Why? Speaking broadly, meat consumption is on the decline. Bloomberg reports that the United States, Brazil, Argentina, and the whole of Europe are buying less meat than ever before. Now granted, a lot of that has to do with the rising price of meat

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Slutty Vegan Co-Founder Pinky Cole On Plant-Based Fast Food

Whether you’re a staunch vegan or a hardcore carnivore, it’s easy to see that the vegan food space is more exciting than it’s ever been. Store shelves, fast food menus, restaurant concepts — they’re all beefing up (pun very much intended, sorry) efforts to cater to the palates of vegans and vegetarians across the nation. Why? Speaking broadly, meat consumption is on the decline. Bloomberg reports that the United States, Brazil, Argentina, and the whole of Europe are buying less meat than ever before. Now granted, a lot of that has to do with the rising price of meat

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USD 150.10 Bn growth in Fast Casual Restaurants Market | Dominated by North America with 44% Global Market Share | Technavio | News

NEW YORK, Feb. 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The global fast casual restaurants market size is expected to increase by USD 150.10 billion between 2019 and 2024, progressing at a CAGR of over 12% during the forecast period.

Factors such as increasing urbanization, changing lifestyles, and rising working population have reduced the time to cook at home. These factors coupled with rising purchasing power and increasing consumer expenditure on dining out are creating several growth opportunities for vendors in the market.

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