Fast food is a staple of our daily lives, but its popularity has soared in recent years.
A new report from the nonprofit National Geographic says that fast food is becoming a much more popular choice than ever before, and is becoming the fastest-growing category of food in America.
“Fast food is so popular, we have a lot of it,” said John Denton, a food scientist at the University of California, Davis.
“It’s becoming an important part of our diet, which is exciting.
But it’s also a big moneymaker, especially for fast food chains.”
Denton’s research is based on data collected by the National Restaurant Association and other industry sources, and it looks at how fast food restaurants are changing.
Fast food outlets have more locations than ever, with more than 20 million outlets now.
That’s up from just 2.6 million outlets in 2008, according to the National Retail Federation.
The fast food industry is booming, and the amount of people who work in it is growing at an exponential rate.
Denton says that trend is likely to continue.
“The trend that we see in fast food workers is the fast food worker is getting older, and they’re getting less educated,” Denton said.
“And it’s a big trend for the fast-food industry, as we see a lot more fast food jobs going to people in their 20s, 30s and 40s, and those are the people that are really paying the bills.”
It’s important to note that fast-casual restaurants are not necessarily fast food.
While some places might have burgers and fries in their menus, Denton’s study found that most fast food joints do not serve burgers and fried chicken.
The NRC said that more than half of the fast restaurant employees surveyed in the study were women.
But the study also found that the median age of the employees surveyed was just 37.1.
The report notes that while many fast food companies have changed their menus and prices to reflect the increasing demand, some places have remained largely the same.
The National Restaurant Federation has been urging the federal government to expand the fast meal program, but the administration has declined.