How to watch the latest fast food trends in your city

In most of the world, the fast food industry is in the middle of a rapid growth spurt.

In the United States, however, there’s a growing backlash against the fast-food industry, and the fight against it has already spread to other parts of the country.

According to a study by the Economic Policy Institute, an economic policy think tank, in the United Kingdom, fast food consumption has doubled since 2010.

This has led to food protests, with people taking to the streets and occupying shops.

In Germany, the protests against the food industry have also spread to food shops, as well.

In Britain, it’s the same story.

In 2011, fast-casual restaurant chain, Sainsbury’s, closed down for two weeks after a group of students took to the city streets and burned a sign.


the study, in 2014, the number of fast-service restaurants in the UK was around 1,400.

This was down from 2,800 in 2011, and from 2.8 million in 2010.

Fast food restaurants are not just limited to the UK.

In France, for example, a protest movement has erupted in front of several McDonald’s restaurants in Nice, where a group called the “L’Ami-loup des moyens de l’Est” (the “All of us for the McDonald’s”) started a hunger strike to protest against the company.

The protests were met by a counter-protest by the “Dance for Love” movement.

In Turkey, protests against McDonald’s in the capital, Ankara, have become an unprecedented wave of protests, as has a movement called the McDonalds in the Streets.

It started after a McDonald’s restaurant owner called for the closure of a popular Turkish restaurant in Istanbul.

The owner of the restaurant, Akyan, told local media that the protests were meant to demonstrate against the “anti-nationalism” that has taken hold in Turkey, which is currently embroiled in a war with the Kurdish separatists.

The mayor of Istanbul, Mehmet Hakan Fidan, has also come out against the McDonald restaurant, calling it a “foreign invasion.”

The Turkish government has not responded to the protests, although they are not going away.

In other countries, fast restaurants are also being threatened.

The fast food company, Subway, announced that it would no longer be in service in Britain, as it had become too popular.

Subway, which has a franchise in England, announced it would stop serving in London, because of the McDonald protests.

The food industry has also been targeted by protesters in several other countries.

In Denmark, protests are underway over a plan by Subway to expand into the country, which would involve opening an outlet in the country’s second-largest city, Copenhagen.

The plan has sparked a heated debate, with some calling it discriminatory and others saying it was a step towards opening a fast-track restaurant in the Danish capital.

The Danish government has already said it will allow Subway to open an outlet on the Danish side of the border, in order to avoid the “dangerous” situation that the expansion of fast food chains might bring to Denmark.

In Canada, fast fast food workers in the city of Winnipeg, have been staging picket lines for two months now.

The picket line, which began in November, has taken on a much more militant nature than before.

In Winnipeg, picketers have been picketing in the street and taking over city hall.

They have been protesting against the expansion and closure of Subway, and for the removal of the city’s picket fence.

In April, the Canadian Federation of Labour (CFL) and the Canadian Association of Restaurant and Food Services (CARFS) joined forces to stage a rally in support of fast fast-chain restaurants in Canada.

This rally was met with a huge crowd of fast chain workers, many of whom were wearing masks.

According the CFL, this has prompted the city to issue a directive to all employers in the area to allow their employees to picket.

The rally was also met with heavy police presence, as the picketers attempted to block traffic in the streets.

This led to a police escort of police vehicles that blocked off a street in the suburb of Winnipeg.

Fast-chain workers have been demonstrating for years in Canada, with protests taking place in many Canadian cities.

In 2014, protests in Toronto were met with police, and in May of that year, the largest pickets in the world took place.

In February of this year, protests were held in Toronto again, this time in support for fast- chain workers in Quebec.

In June, protests took place in Quebec City again, as fast-chains workers and other workers were arrested during a protest.

In July, protests have also been held in the French capital, Paris.

Fast chains are not the only ones protesting in France.

In October, protesters took to France’s national square, in a rally against fast- chains.

In November, protests occurred