Orlando, Florida could be considered to be the fast food capital of the United States. With 18.4 fast food restaurants for every 100,000 residents of Orlando, the city most associated with Disney World has the highest rate of fast food restaurants per capita across the United States. This new infographic from How Long To Cook takes a look at the ten cities with the highest and the ten cities with the lowest rates of fast food restaurants per capita across the country. According to the research, it was found that the five cities with the most fast food restaurants per capita were Orlando (18.4), Cincinnati (13.2), Las Vegas (13.1), Miami (11.9) and St. Louis (11.9). The five locations across the United States with the lowest rates of fast food restaurants per capita were Manhattan (0.6), Ventura (0.7), Bronx (1.6), Lexington (1.7) and Colorado Springs (1.8). Today, data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that 84.8 million Americans consume fast food daily!
Infographic by: howlongtocook