Why is OHIO fast food so popular?

Fast food and fast food restaurants have long been a source of controversy.

A study conducted in 2011 by researchers at The Ohio State University found that fast food outlets are more likely to sell a food item if it’s fast food.

According to the researchers, fast food sales are driven by a “food addiction” which has led to fast food chains to develop fast food-focused locations, which are also more expensive to operate than their fast food counterparts.

The fast food industry has come under fire for its fast food franchises’ poor service, poor wages, and low-quality food.

Fast food workers have often criticized fast food as an exploitative work environment, citing unsafe working conditions, poor health care, and even physical violence.

Fast food chains like McDonalds, Wendy’s, Burger King, and Pizza Hut have all been accused of making low-wage workers work long hours in unsafe conditions.

However, according to the National Labor Relations Board, the McDonalds franchisee and Wendy’s franchiser have not been sued in connection with their fast-food chains.