Lost in the news of the Los Angeles City Council’s moratorium on fast food development in South L.A. was an even-more-significant story about the future of the quick serve sector: “Disneyland Closes Three McDonald’s Restaurants.” If you subscribe to the theory that food trends happen first in California and work their way across the country later, family-friendly Disney’s dismissal of McDonald’s is an ominous development for those who own and operate QSRs. But it’s good news for full ...

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