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Fast food chain Evolution fast-food restaurants is getting the Evolution name for its restaurants in the name of its founder.
In a statement, the company said its “Evolution” brand is a “new and innovative way of serving the world.”
It also said that its name is an homage to the original owner of the restaurant, who was an African-American.
“Evolution is the first fast food concept to utilize an original name and logo for its brand,” the statement said.
“The Evolution logo incorporates a nod to the owner and the first African-born restaurant owner in the United States, Charles William “Billy” Evolving.”
Evolution, founded in 1986, has a fleet of more than 50 restaurants in 24 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Fast food is often seen as a healthy alternative to a McDonald’s burger, but a recent study suggests the fast food chain may be making the meal more nutritious.
The study, published in the journal Food Quality and Preference, found that a portion of a McDonalds hamburger contains 1.6 grams of vitamin C per 100g, but the amount of vitamin A and folate in a McDonaldsand burger is only about half that.
That’s not a huge difference, but McDonalds also uses “high-protein” chicken breast, which has more protein than the hamburger.
McDonalds said that the study, which was based on data from a study conducted in Japan, showed that a McDonaldSand burger contains more vitamin C than a hamburger that is similar in size and shape to McDonalds.
McD’s spokesperson Sarah Goggin told CNNMoney that the company does not have an exact figure on the amount that it uses, but she said that a typical McDonaldsand has “about 4.5 grams of protein per 100 grams.”
McDonald’s also said that it has been improving its nutritional content of its hamburgers to help consumers better understand the nutritional value of the food they eat.