France: One of Europe's biggest burger consumers

According to a study last year, about three-quarters of French restaurants now sell hamburgers and 80 percent of these say it has become their top-selling meal.

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    According to a study last year, about three-quarters of French restaurants now sell hamburgers, and 80 percent of these say it has become their top-selling meal.

    It is a sign of changing tastes in the country, which is now one of the biggest consumers of American style fast-food in Europe.

    Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Paris.


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