Going North anyone?

South American food chains use Florida as US gate

Burger King, a Floridian company has joined the mass exodus from the country, “Good By Traders”

McDonalds is using polluted meat and chicken from China and so are many other companies like Kentucky Fried Chicken.

So, who needs you because we have finely found South American Cooking!


Colombian burger anyone?

Yes, you do!




Southern states are being set to an explosion of all types of great product and food seems to be topping the list, please hurry into Central Florida?

Every company sending your tax breaking office out of country, please clean up your mess and drag the rest of your garbage with you?

Colombian veggie burger anyone?



El Corral and Giraffas are aiming to position themselves in the fast-casual sector, which promises higher quality of food for an affordable price. In 2014, this sector, which includes companies like Panera and Chipotle, is expected to grow 10 percent.

An example for these companies might be the rapidly-growing Spanish chain 100 Montaditos, which entered the U.S. in 2011 through Miami and already has brought 17 of its tavern-style restaurants to four other states: New York, Maryland, Virginia and Iowa.


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7 thoughts on “Going North anyone?

  1. I will not eat there again if they do this thing. Besides I prefer buffalo burgers and I don’t think they offer them.
    Retired Proud Teamster. 🙂

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  3. Burgers are always a treat to see 🙂 but seldom do I get a chance to taste or eat.

  4. Hey, if you are going to eat, you might as well enjoy the eating?

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