The eating habits of the French are changing little by little, but fast food does not disappear. And it's not tomorrow the day before. The proof with this annual ranking of the French cities most hit by junk food.
For four years, My-Pharma, a site specializing in information related to health, publishes its top of the cities most hit by the junk food in France. And this year, surprise: Paris, where we still count more than 390 fast food brands, does not even get in the top three. On the other hand, Bordeaux does not seem to be determined to bequeath her bonnet. As every year since the creation of this ranking, the city is rising to the top of the podium. In fact, it offers its inhabitants the highest density of fast-food chains per 1,000 inhabitants. But beware, these conclusions are still to be taken with tweezers, since the experts of My-Pharma consider a butter ham caught on the go between two appointments as the junk food. For example, chains like La Brioche Dorée, Bread Apple or even Paul, find themselves housed in the same brand as companies like McDonald's and Subway. A rapprochement that can be the subject of (lively) debates.
The complete ranking of cities most affected by junk food:
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