What’s going on with fast food in the state of Nebraska?

Fast food has become a staple in many parts of the country, but the fast food industry is struggling to adapt to the fast-food era, with many fast food franchises and chains struggling to survive.

The Nebraska State Journal reports that the Omaha, Nebraska-based fast food chain Taco Bell is moving its headquarters out of the state.

The company announced in February that it would relocate its headquarters to Nebraska.

Taco Bell has been in Nebraska since 1976.

The Omaha-based company’s headquarters have been in Omaha for more than two decades.

Tacos Taco Shop was originally located at a former auto plant, but was relocated to the now-closed Lincoln Automotive Center in the 1980s.

Taco Bell has also relocated from the Lincoln Motor Speedway to its new headquarters in downtown Omaha.

Tucanos Taco Shop reopened in 2009 and currently serves lunch, dinner and breakfast options.

The company said in its statement that the relocation is not affecting its current locations in Nebraska.

The Omaha-area restaurant industry has also seen some major changes in recent years.

The fast food restaurant industry is now more competitive and is seeing higher growth in the market than ever before.

The fast food sector in the United States added more than 7.2 million jobs in 2017, according to the American Restaurant Association.

Fast food restaurants have also become more popular than ever.

Fast casual dining has become more commonplace, with more and more people visiting fast food restaurants.

Fast food is also an increasingly popular pastime in the country.

More than half of all adults in the U.S. have had at least one fast food meal in their lifetime, according a 2017 study by the Pew Research Center.

The state of Omaha has become the fastest-growing restaurant market in the nation, according the Omaha World-Herald.

The news service reports that Omaha’s new fast food market is expected to reach more than $1 billion by 2025, according an analysis of data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The report also noted that Omaha has more than 600 restaurants.

The city is expected have nearly 10,000 more restaurants in 2025.