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Every Fast Food Restaurant in America, Mapped

Every Fast Food Restaurant in America, Mapped

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Just how far out would you have to go to really escape the sight of Golden Arches?

This per capita distribution map of fast food restaurants across the country comes from the USDA’s newly-updated Food Environment Atlas. In some ways, this map is a reflection of population—it’s not particularly surprising that Alaska’s Yukon trail is not the site of a frenzied Arby’s/Five Guys turf war or that the entire state of Hawaii has plenty of tourist-aimed joints.

But it’s not just simple population distribution that we’re seeing here. It’s also a fairly stark demonstration of the smaller, regional changes we’re seeing around the country—both in how we’re eating and in where we’re living. That becomes even clearer when you look at a map of how fast food restaurant distribution has changed in just five years, with several states having the highest levels of growth right next to the highest levels of loss:

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Images: USDA / ERS

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