The pandemic changed people's dining-out experience, with takeout becoming more common. But since dining out became fashionable in the 18th century, how and where people go to eat has been evolving.
Ghanaian consumption patterns towards fast food are evolving.
Conflicting injunctions, shaped locally, constantly reinvented: food in the cities of the global south escapes the narrative of Western standardisation.
Launched in Brisbane in 1985, the final 9 stores will close this Sunday. Australia's tastes have changed.
The food and beverage industry is increasingly involved in the policymaking process.
Fast-food restaurants can be comforting places, but when they saturate communities, they crowd out healthy food sources and leave residents less nourished.
Everyone knows it's hard to stop eating potato chips or chocolate chip cookies. New research shows why: Certain combinations of fat, sodium, sugar or carbohydrates make them irresistible.
Australian supermarkets and fast food chains will soon be stocking a homegrown meat alternative that tastes and feels like meat and even sizzles on the barbecue.
It's much easier for people to access fatty, salty food than it is to find healthier options.
While thought of as an unpretentious fast-food dish, the doner kebab is a symbol of the social, political and identity issues facing European society today.
As more and more children embrace meat-free diets, using 'Chicken Run' to promote burgers may no longer work for fast food chains.
The link that Ronald McDonald House creates between itself and sick children is not just positive, it is sacrosanct.
Food safety issues are at heart political.
With obesity affecting so many students, it's better to give them cheap, appealing food and drink choices at school.
Living near lots of fast-food outlets doesn't automatically encourage weight gain in your neighbourhood, but coupled with a lack of exercise facilities, it just might.
According to a new study, there's a big gap between how much we think we spend on eating out and how much we're actually spending.
Around the world, McDonald’s is known for its staunch and well-resourced attempt to remain 'union free'.
There's an assumption that the poor eat more unhealthy fast food because it's relatively cheap, leading some governments to try limit their access. Two researchers tested that assumption.
Evidence suggests that most Americans wildly underestimate the amount of sodium in their food.
It doesn't happen often that a multinational will blink when taken on by an individual. But a passionate campaigner's successful crusade has shown how it can be done.