This new infographic from HowLongToCook.org looks at which cities across the United States have the most fast food restaurants per capita.
On any given day in the United States, more than a third of American citizens consume fast food, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That means that more than 84 million Americans eat fast food daily!
Not only is that unhealthy, but it’s costly as well, as the average American will spend $1,200 annually on fast food, about 10% of their income.
According to the research, it was found that Orlando, Florida has the highest rate of fast food restaurants per capita, with 18.4 fast food restaurants for every 10,000 residents in Orlando. The other locations in the top five include Cincinnati (13.2), Las Vegas (13.1), Miami (11.9) and St. Louis (11.9).
Of the ten cities with the highest rates per capita, three states were featured twice each, with those being Florida (Orlando, Miami), Minnesota (Minneapolis, St. Paul) and Ohio (Cincinnati, Cleveland).
This infographic also lists out the ten cities across the United States with the lowest rate of fast food restaurants per capita. Manhattan, New York has the lowest rate in the country with just 0.6 snack food restaurants per every 100,000 restaurants in the area.
Other locations included on this ranking of the lowest rate of fast food restaurants per capita includes places like Los Angeles (1.8), San Francisco (2.2), Oakland (2.3), Boston (2.3), and Colorado Springs (1.8).
With all of this information laid out on this infographic, it’s Orlando, Florida that could be named the fast food capital of the United States. Per Hoodline.com, Beefy King is the most popular in Orlando, with other favorite locations for consumers including Culver’s, King Bao and Chick-fil-A.
What’s your favorite fast food restaurant?