Food & Nutrition

11 European Fast-Food Chains You Won’t Find in America


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A German fast-food chain, Nordsee knows how to do fast fish right. The company was founded in 1896 with a goal of getting fish from the ocean to the table as quickly as possible and Nordsee has been doing that ever since. You’ll never believe these scandals that rocked the fast-food industry.


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Telepizza started in Spain, but it now has stores across Europe, South America, and the United Arab Emirates. Sadly, they still don’t have any locations in the United States, but America has a surplus of pizza chains already. The chain is known for its homemade pizza dough and unique pizza flavors such as Wok, Carnivora Gourmet, and their Pizzalada (or salad in a pizza crust bowl).


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Ireland’s Abrakebabra has your traditional fast-food burgers, but they also have kebabs, falafels, baguettes, and pitas. Besides delicious fries, other sides you can get include beer-battered onion rings, hummus and pita, and cocktail sausages. Can you guess which state in America has the most fast-food restaurants?

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