What’s fast food, and why does it matter?
Fast food is a fast food industry that’s growing rapidly and that’s responsible for a lot of the things you’re eating, and for the people who eat it.
It’s a fast-food industry that is heavily subsidized by our government and is a prime target for food safety scandals, as many of its competitors are.
It’s also a fast Food Industry that’s heavily regulated by the federal government, which makes it a target for companies like PepsiCo, General Mills, McDonalds, and other big corporate players who want to avoid paying any fines or paying out any penalties for the way they operate.
Fast food can also be a fast money-making opportunity for the companies that control the chains.
That’s because fast food is cheap, convenient, and a great way to make money in the fast food sector.
Fast food is also an important source of money for corporations like Coca-Cola and McDonalds.
It makes up over half of all their revenue and is used to pay other companies to produce and sell the same food.
But it’s also made money for the rest of us, because fast foods are so often fast.
It takes only a few minutes to make a sandwich, and the average meal is typically between 20 and 40 minutes long.
This is why it’s such a good place to invest in companies like Apple and Google.
The companies are in a position to make quick money by investing in the people and processes that make food as safe as possible.
And they can also use the fast money to pay the people they serve, so that they can grow their businesses.
This article first appeared on The Atlantic.