In 2006, fast food Nation, a film which McLaren conceived and co-produced, débuted at the Cannes Film Festival.
By having evolved through the ages, language is as closely tied to culture as, say, Brazil and soccer, or America and fast food.
I mean, who can make money on fast food while paying $15 an hour?
Before there was McDonald's, businessman Fred Harvey built the first fast food—and hospitality—empire across America.
Rather than focus on fast food, it would be smarter to focus where the jobs—and wages—are.
fast food like Taco Bell is a highly industrialized manufactured and distribution process.
Last November, similar protests took place at fast food chains across New York City.
Televised sports of every kind are largely underwritten by commercials for beer, pizza, fast food, donuts, soft drinks and so on.
Here, the vocabulary of fast food for many young Brazilians is temaki (hand rolls) instead of burgers and fries.
Efforts to unionize are rare but not unheard of in the fast food industry.
: a fast-food chain
Food like hamburgers, fried chicken, etc, cooked and served very rapidly and uniformly, usually by large catering corporations (1951+)