Surprising changes at the world’s biggest fast-food chains


Almost every day we see adverts for new fast foods – a seasonal McFlurry flavor, a Starbucks pastry, a limited-edition burger – but some novel creations have shaken things up more than others. From avocado toast and matcha lattes to meatless chorizo and a sandwich-taco hybrid, we look at the most recent, mind-blowing menu changes at the world’s biggest fast-food chains.




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Once popular fast food chains nobody will eat at again


Today, you can find McDonald’s, Burger King and Taco Bell restaurants everywhere but 50 years ago, the places where we went for quick, value meals were very different. These are the major fast food brands that have now vanished.




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Supply Chains Latest: Dairy Groups Praise Chocolate Milk in U.S. Schools

The food culture-wars keep raging. Is organic better? What about sugar? And how happy can we make our chickens?

This week the battle is coming to a head over chocolate milk. U.S. schools supply kids with low-fat, flavored milks in a push to get them drinking the nutrient-rich beverage. But scrutiny has been plaguing the educational institutions, with critics asking whether they’re doing more harm than good by handing out the sugary concoctions.

The National Milk Producers Federation and the International Dairy Foods Association are weighing in, issuing a joint statement praising lawmakers for proposing to keep the sweetened beverages in schools after the 2021-2022 year. A group of more than 50 members of the U.S. House of Representatives has urged USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack to address the issue of children not getting enough dairy in their diets.

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Taco Bell fans are extremely jealous after learning about the chain’s ‘wy’ Chinese version

For many fast food lovers, the words “Taco Bell” and “fine dining” are basically antonyms. In China, things are a little different.

Taco Bell is a newcomer to the world’s most populous country. According to the New York Times, the chain’s current Chinese version began opening in major cities in 2017.

That explains why many in the U.S. are just now catching on. Thanks to video by TikToker Yusen Zhang, Americans are finding out just how different — and how “high end” — Taco Bell can get in China.

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In his viral clip, Zhang tours a location in Shanghai. Once inside, he finds modern decorations, a stylish seating area and an open kitchen where customers can watch their order come together.

He then proceeds to explore the menu, which features plenty of unique items. One notable

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