It’s National Fast Food Day! The concept of ready-cooked food
for sale can be attributed to the Ancient Romans. In many cities, street
stands or "thermopoliums" (small pub-like shops) offered hot sausages,
bread, and wine to patrons on-the-go. Thousands of years later, in 1867,
the first American fast food restaurant opened in New York. It was a
hotdog stand on Coney Island!
Today, fast food is an American staple. There are over 300,000 fast
food restaurants in the United States alone, making it nearly impossible
to drive down the road without going by at least one fast food chain
Need more proof of the popularity of fast food? In 1970, U.S.
consumers spent $6 billion on fast food. Thirty years later in 2000,
U.S. consumers spent $110 billion! Take part in this American tradition
and enjoy National Fast Food Day!
I had mine lol!
Can't give it up.
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