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used in Fast Food Nation

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relating to a city
  • When the crisis passed, fast food stock prices recovered, and McDonald's intensified its efforts to open urban, as well as suburban, restaurants.
    p. 24.9
  • He didn't care what was politically correct and had little patience for urban environmentalists who vilified the cattle industry.
    p. 134.1
  • Meatpacking plants were much more likely to be found in urban areas.
    p. 152.1
  • In addition to creating a mass production system that employed a de-skilled workforce, IBP put its new slaughterhouses in rural areas close to the feedlots — and far away from the urban strongholds of the nation's labor unions.
    p. 154.2
  • Most of White Castle's customers were urban, working class, and male.
    p. 198.2
  • The company responded by actively recruiting African-American franchisees, a move that defused tensions and helped McDonald's penetrate urban markets.
    p. 268.7
  • And Growing Power, a group led by Will Allen and based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is demonstrating how agriculture can thrive in the inner city, turning urban food deserts into farms that produce healthy food.
    p. 274.9

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