Roughly 80% of us eat it at least once a month, and the wealthier go for it more than the poor on a weekly basis.
Turns out that 40% of fast-food employees are older than 25, while 25% have children.
The fast-food chain already pays Australians what striking US workers want. It just requires some business adjustments and buy-in from consumers.
Vegetable prices, especially for lettuce and other leafy greens, are jumping, thanks to poor weather in the East.
The US fruit industry is busy developing tasty cross-breeds to appeal to the American sweet tooth.
Tens of thousands of shellfish have been stolen from their underwater beds in recent months as consumption of the tasty bivalves picks up.
A number of independent chains already exceed the minimum wage and Obamacare demands. Why do they flourish as their big corporate competition frets?
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