If you’re an American (if you’re not, read on, you’ll see what I’m getting at) who’s traveled overseas and spent any time in a major fast food chain (I’m guilty on occasion), you may have noticed a few subtle differences from fast food restaurants in America.
First, there are very few if any visible or accessible waste bins. Second, trays with empty wrappers, cups and other trash are usually left behind at a few scattered tabletops by customers. There’s probably an employee making the rounds to clear the dining room debris every quarter of an hour or so. [Read more…]