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    Man Exposes How Fast Food Ice Can Make You Ill in Viral TikTok

    A heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) worker is going viral on TikTok after posting a video of a moldy commercial ice machine at an undisclosed fast food restaurant. “A lot of times people go to a restaurant, they get sick, and they think it’s food poisoning, or their food made them sick,” the man said in the video. “Let me tell you this, there’s a chance that it was their ice that got you sick.” In the viral video which has been viewed more than 2.8 million times since being posted three days ago, the user @jantheman____ showed the  

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    Best secret menu items and menu hacks from Whataburger, Bill Miller and other Texas fast food chains

    Everyone loves a good secret menu or menu hack. So we wanted to know the tasty items not listed at local and Texas fast food chains.  We went through HackTheMenu.com, SpoonUniversity.com, TikTok to cull the best secrets in local fast food. We also asked the nearly 55,800 food lovers on the San Antonio Restaurants Facebook page and our readers for their thoughts.  Before we give our not-so-complete list of things you can order from Texas-based fast food chains, we recommend checking out the Whataburger Fanatics Facebook group. Scores of foodies in the group offer menu hacks and  

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    A fast-food chain is bringing corporate employees to work in its restaurants

    Video above: Survey ranks the best fast-food restaurants in AmericaNational fast-food chain Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers has a new solution to the restaurant industry’s labor shortage — it’s asking corporate employees to work as fry cooks and cashiers.The privately-held Louisiana-based company has a total of 750 corporate employees, 500 in its Dallas office. Of those, 250 will be going in the field as front-line employees. Another 250 who work as marketers and trainers will shift to restaurant and recruiting jobs.The employees will be housed in hotels for one to two weeks at company expense. Other corporate employees will be working  

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    A fast food chain is bringing corporate employees to work in its restaurants

    The privately-held Baton Rouge, La.-based company has a total of 750 corporate employees, 500 in its Dallas office. Of those, 250 will be going in the field as front-line employees. Another 250 who work as marketers and trainers will shift to restaurant and recruiting jobs. The employees will be housed in hotels for one to two weeks at company expense. Other corporate employees will be working to recruit more workers or will work in one of the company’s more than 500 drive-throughs. “It’s all hands on deck,” co-CEO and COO AJ Kumaran said. Most of the corporate workers will have  

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    Burger King to test Impossible Foods’ meatless nuggets

    Burger King’s Impossible Nuggets Burger King Burger King will test Impossible Foods’ meatless nuggets in several markets, making it the first fast-food chain to offer the company’s new chicken alternative. Starting Monday, customers in Des Moines, Iowa, Boston and Miami will be able to try the plant-based Impossible Nuggets. The Restaurant Brands International chain first worked with Impossible Foods two years ago as the first fast-food chain to sell its meatless burgers. After an initial lift to sales from the buzzy item, the chain cut its price, bringing it closer to a beef Whopper. Burger King’s rival McDonald’s has a  

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    Burger King 1st fast-food chain to test Impossible plant-based chicken nuggets

    The nuggets will launch in select cities Oct. 11. October 6, 2021, 4:29 PM • 2 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article Burger King wants customers to have it their way and soon that will include a new plant-based menu option. While the fast-food chain restaurant is famous for its flame-grilled Whopper, Burger King has a new innovation that taps into the growing plant-based trend with Impossible nuggets. Burger King announced Wednesday that it will test the plant-based nuggets from Impossible Foods in Des Moines, Boston and Miami starting Oct. 11, available in an eight-piece  

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    Burger King Is the First Fast-Food Chain to Serve Vegan Impossible Nuggets

    On October 11, Burger King will become the first fast-food restaurant chain to offer Impossible Foods’ vegan nuggets. The nuggets will be available in an eight-piece order with a choice of dipping sauce only at Burger King locations in Des Moines, IA, Boston, MA, and Miami, FL. The new menu item is a limited-time launch to test the meat-free item with consumers.  The Impossible Chicken Nuggets Made from Plants are crafted from a base of soy and sunflower oil and feature a crispy breadcrumb coating and a juicy, meaty interior. Burger King has confirmed that the plant-based nuggets will be  

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