On March 4, the International Food and Agriculture Organization (IFAO) released its World Food Outlook 2016, and the headline of the report said, “Fast food chains in trouble.”
Fast food restaurants and restaurants serving processed food are the fastest-evolving segments of the US economy.
The fast food industry has more than tripled in size since 2007, from $10.5 trillion to $18 trillion.
But fast food restaurants are not the only businesses in trouble.
There are other segments of US fast food that are growing too fast.
The food industry, for example, is losing its fast food status and becoming a new food industry.
The fastest- growing segment of the fast food business is fast food franchises, which now make up more than half of all fast food businesses in the US.
The average fast food franchise is making about $8 million a year in revenue, which is higher than fast food and gas stations combined.
Fast food businesses are also facing growing competition from a variety of new fast food products.
In the US, the number of fast food outlets that are now owned by franchisees and chains has doubled since 2009.
There is also a significant increase in the number and size of fast-casual restaurants that operate independently of franchises.
In 2016, the average size of a fast-food restaurant was 2,000 square feet, while in 2017 it grew to 3,200 square feet.
The industry is facing significant competition from new fast-serve options, such as the pizza delivery service Instacart, which recently announced plans to expand to 2,200 locations nationwide.
The fast food sector has faced a number of problems over the past decade.
For example, many restaurants have been forced to close, and there has been a decline in the growth of customers and restaurant sales.
Also, some chains are in trouble because they are losing money.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the US fast- food industry lost $1.2 trillion in 2016, which was more than the entire GDP of Italy.
However, the industry is still growing.
In 2020, the total revenue of the industry was $14.4 trillion, and in 2021, it was $16.7 trillion.
The growth of fast casual dining and the rapid expansion of the restaurant industry is driving up costs for fast food companies, which have become increasingly reliant on higher-end fast food services.
In 2019, the fast casual restaurant industry contributed nearly $2 trillion to the total US economy, which included restaurants serving both fast and casual dining.
According the Institute for Economics and Peace, the cost of fast fast casual restaurants in the United States increased by 1.4 percent in 2021.
In 2021, fast casual food companies lost $3.1 billion in total revenue.
The price of fast meal meals, such the “fast” burger and fries, has also increased dramatically over the last decade, with the price of a “fast burger” rising by more than 100 percent.
This has resulted in increased food costs for consumers, as restaurants are having to increase prices for fast-grub meals.
The rise in food costs is making fast food less attractive to consumers.
Fast-food chains, like McDonald’s, have become more profitable.
McDonald’s made $1 billion a year on revenues of $4.2 billion in 2019, up from $2.5 billion in 2021 and $2 billion a decade earlier.
The chain has become so profitable that it has expanded to 2.5 million locations in the country.
In addition, the company is expected to reach 5.5 percent annual revenue growth in 2020.
McDonalds has become the dominant fast food restaurant brand in the nation.
The industry is also facing competition from food delivery services like Uber and Lyft, which are providing a fast food alternative to the fast-eaters.
In 2018, the Uber-owned Lyft launched a service called “Lunchbox” in the company’s cities, offering delivery-only fast food at lower prices.
In January 2019, Uber announced it would start delivering meals to more than 1,500 restaurants in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City.
Lyft also recently launched a new service called Lyft Xpress, which provides fast food delivery to any city.