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Fast-food doesn't have to be unhealthy. Here are 10 meals packed with protein from fast-food restaurants across the US.
Every restaurant is different, of course, but it's a good idea to avoid these particular foods, from well-done beef to truffle oil.
The prices of burgers from your favorite fast food chains have changed a lot over the years. Here's what fast-food burgers cost every year on average since the year you were born.
McDonald's quietly removed artificial preservatives and flavors from all of its classic burgers. The chain's president said that the change is part of a journey that is "improving customers' perception of McDonald's."
We compared McDonald’s, Wendy’s, and Burger King’s signature cheeseburgers, and the winner was unmistakable
Every self-respecting fast-food chain has a flagship cheeseburger — we tested them at McDonald's, Wendy's, and Burger King to find out which one is the best.
We visited the ‘McDonald’s of the Philippines,’ which serves spaghetti and fried chicken alongside its burgers — here’s ...
The Filipino fast-food behemoth Jollibee is gearing up to take over the US.
We visited the regional chain that Southerners say is better than In-N-Out and Shake Shack — here’s the verdict
New Yorkers love Shake Shack. The West Coast swears by In-N-Out. But North Carolinians say that there's one burger chain that trumps them all.
In honor of the Big Mac's 50th birthday, here's why this author loves the Big Mac and what it represents — and why you should, too.
The startup behind Silicon Valley’s favorite ‘bleeding’ veggie burger has scored a major victory in its battle for legitimacy
On Monday, the FDA gave Impossible Foods the official green light that heme — the magic 'bleeding' ingredient in the vegetarian Impossible Burger — are safe to eat. The plant-based patty is made by a Silicon Valley startup with backing from Bill Gates.
The startup behind the Bill Gates-backed veggie burger that ‘bleeds’ is part of a transition to animal-free meat — here are the othe...
Tasty veggie burgers aren't enough for these companies, who want meat that tastes like the real thing — or is the real thing — without the health concerns or environmental footprint of traditional farming. These startups are using plants to make burgers that "bleed" or coaxing cells into real flesh.