How fast food is now making Australia’s fast food landscape look like

News Corp Australia’s news website FourFourSecond is reporting that the fast food industry is now growing fast, thanks to fast food restaurants such as Burger King and Wendy’s.

In Australia, Burger King is now Australia’s third-largest fast food chain with over 600 outlets.

The fast food giant is also the largest franchisee in Australia with about 11,000 franchisees.

According to FourFour, the fast-food industry is already making Australia look like it has a fast food-based economy, despite having a population of just under six million.

“The fast food sector is now becoming a major economic force in the Australian economy,” the article states.

“The growth of fast food chains in Australia is also having a direct impact on the economic outlook for the economy.”

The article also notes that fast food companies are now “faster, greener and healthier” compared to the past.

Fast food is the latest fast food trend to gain popularity in Australia, with fast food outlets such as McDonalds and Burger King being the most successful in the country.

With a population size of just over six million, Australia has a very fast-growing fast food scene.

The growth in fast food has led to fast-casual restaurants, such as fast food joints like McDonalds, Burger Kings and Domino’s, as well as “factory” restaurants such the Hungry Jacks.

A Burger King Australia restaurant in Melbourne, Australia.

In recent years, fast food businesses such as Pizza Hut and Subway have also gained popularity.

Some fast food brands have also been expanding in Australia.

McDonalds is now the largest fast food franchise in the nation with more than 4,500 outlets, while Subway has more than 1,000 locations.

Australia has also seen some major trends in the fast foods industry.

While fast food was originally created to serve fast food and other fast food products, it is now increasingly seen as a fast-eater food, with McDonalds restaurants now serving fast food in the same locations as fast-fast food restaurants.

Other countries such as Germany and the United Kingdom have also begun to diversify their fast food offerings, with some fast food locations serving food that is less similar to fast foods.

As the fast fast food market grows in Australia and the fast eating trend continues, the industry has a number of challenges ahead.

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Fifty years ago, Australia had more than three million fast food franchises.

Today, the number of fast casual restaurants in Australia has decreased by nearly half since 1996, and fast-frozen fast food establishments have increased by a similar amount.

Despite this, the Australian fast food economy remains robust, and the industry’s growth has helped make Australia one of the fastest-growing countries in the world.

Although fast food places are a major source of income for many Australians, fast-eating is still a large part of the Australian community.

Many Australians are still hungry.

How do we ensure we can have a healthier food environment?

Fruit is one of Australia’s most important sources of nutrition.

To keep Australia’s food supply fresh and nutritious, fruit is consumed at home, on the move and at the grocery store.

However, the current Australian food system is not working for many people.

Australian fast food owners and franchisees are required to meet minimum nutritional standards that include fruit and vegetables.

If we are to meet our international fast food standards, fruit and vegetable consumption must also be at least 60 per cent of the total caloric intake of our population.

Australians are also not getting the health benefits of fresh fruit and veg.

Health benefits of eating fruit include reduced risk of chronic disease, improved nutrition, reduced intake of salt and sugar, and improved blood pressure, heart health and diabetes.

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It is estimated that Australians consume around 500,000 litres of fruit a year.

At one time, the average person in Australia consumed around 200 kilograms of fruit each year.

However, that number has now fallen to around 60 kilograms per year.

A recent report by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare found that more than half of Australians currently eat more than 80 per cent fruit, with a higher proportion of those who consume fruit eating less than 40 per cent.

This has contributed to a reduction in the fruit and fruit juices consumed by Australians, with the report saying that most Australians are now drinking less juice.

There are also fewer fruits available on the supermarket shelves, with most supermarket chains restricting the availability of fresh produce.

Over the last 15 years, the percentage of Australians