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Fast Food Nation

bundle FAST FOOD NATION The Cities that Spend the Most on Fast Food Based on average household spend and number of transactions W W W W WW W 1 Plano, TX 2 Madison, WI Wichita, KS 4 Akron, OH Fort Wayne, IN 6 Kansas City, MO 7 Chandler, AZ 8 Raleigh, NC 9 Baton Rouge, LA 10 Omaha, NE Cities that spend less than the national How much more than the national average do these cities spend on fast food? 2.3X Plano, TX 1.94X Wichita, KS 1.94X Madison, WI 1.78X Fort Wayne, IN 1.58X San Jose, CA Calorie Counts average on fast food: 44 percent less Washington D.C. 47 percent less San Francisco, CA 48 percent less New York, NY 56 percent less Jersey City, NJ 63 percent less Philadelphia, PA 92 percent less Boston, MA Menu items with the most calories Burger King TRIPLE WHOPPER Sandwich With Cheese Calories: 1230 FAST FOOD CAPITALS • McDonald's Deluxe Breakfast (Large Size Biscuit) w/o Syrup & Margarine Calories: 1140 Arby's Meatball Toasted Sub Most number of chains in a city per 100,000 residents McDonald's: Louisville, KY Subway: Miami, FL Burger King: Orlando, FL Wendy's: Miami, FL Taco Bell: Orlando, FL Calories: 1000 Wendy's Triple w/Everything and Cheese Calories: 980 How many more transactions did these cities have than the national average? Pizza Hut Meat Lover's 6" Personal Pan Pizza Calories: 890 KFC Chicken and Biscuit Bowl 2.18X Plano, TX 2.06X Madison, WI 1.64X Baton Rouge, LA 1.62X Akron, OH 1.61X Raleigh, NC Calories: 870 Subway Double Meatball Marinara Calories: 860 Taco Bell Fiesta Taco Salad Pizza Hut: Orlando, FL Calories: 840 KFC: Orlando, FL Methodology: Rankings are based on a weighted combination of scores from the data sources listed below, Bundle Data Arby's: Louisville, KY Bundle data comes from the U.S. government, from anonymous and aggregated spending transoctions from Cini, and third party data providers. Fast food spend was determined by looking at transaction at the following national fast food chains: McDonald's, Burger King, Subway, Taco Bell, KFC, Pizza Hut, Arby's and Wendy's Third Party Data Fast food capitals comes from AggData and The Daily Beast: articles/2011 Fost food calories data comes from A Calorie Counter: food calories.php 1/02/22/fast-food-capitals-ranking-the-top-cifies-for-chain-restourants. html

Fast Food Nation

shared by Bundle on Aug 14
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Fast food has become so pervasive in the U.S. that popular chains can be found anywhere from truck stops in the middle of nowhere to high traffic shopping centers. So where do Americans love dollar me...




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