Can food be fast? It's hard to imagine a hamburger with wheels or a bucket of french fries running like Usain Bolt. No, “fast food” must mean something else. Something profitable, often unhealthy, definitely successful: today McDonald's is the world's largest restaurant chain. It serves 70 million customers daily in more than 100 countries across nearly 40,000 outlets. In almost every city now a big bright yellow M stands for the hungry and disengaged bellies.

Gumaca, Philippines. August 2015

Arrecife, Spain. June 2012

San Mateo, Philippines. February 2015

Farmington, USA. May 2012

Bergen, Norway. August 2014

Belgrade, Serbia. October 2013

Århus, Denmark. July 2011

New York, USA. December 2014

Heraklion, Greece. August 2014

Naga, Philippines. July 2015

Chiang Mai, Thailand. March 2015

Moscow, Russia. July 2015

Hilo, USA. September 2011

Laganas, Greece. December 2011

Cañon City, USA. July 2012

Invercargill, New Zealand. January 2010

Johannesburg, South Africa. December 2013

Montería, Colombia. October 2013

Cape Town, South Africa. November 2013

Jakarta, Indonesia. May 2015

Naples, Italy. August 2015

Quimper, France. June 2013

Rhodes, Greece. September 2011

Tuguegarao, Philippines. November 2015

Soldotna, USA. September 2011

Queenstown, New Zealand. August 2015

Puerto Montt, Chile. March 2013

New York, USA. September 2014


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