Eric Schlosser - Author of Fast Food Nation, this person is an investigative reporter and correspondent for the Atlantic Monthly.
Carl Karcher - Considered the pioneer of the fast food industry, this person moved from Ohio to southern California just before World War II. For $326.00, he purchased a hot dog stand, placing it across the street from the Goodyear Tire factory, selling hot dogs, chili dogs, and sodas to workers on their lunch breaks.
Ray Kroc - This person landed in southern California selling milkshake machines and was given the opportunity to sell franchises for McDonald's, turning it into the success that it is today.
J.R. Simplot - This person, along with two competitors, now controls 80% of the American potato industry selling frozen French fries.
Hank - An independent rancher not far from Colorado Springs, this person was thoroughly committed to growing natural cattle until this...
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