questionedithistorytranslationsWhich of these fast food chains is the oldest?KFC401McDonald's390Dunkin’ Donuts518Burger King234KFC-1930. McDonald's-1940. Dunkin 'Donuts-1950 Burger King-1954Share and bring new players to the game!correct this questionTschukareach: rather globalbrandsfoodhistory of the United StatesUSAwitapepsiwikipedia → Kentucky Fried Chicken#SponsoringBrands quizHistory of the United States quizFood quizUSA quizWhat is the main difference between Coca-Cola sold in the US, and the Coca-Cola sold in the EU?Sugar. In the United States, Coca-Cola uses high-fructose corn syrup instead of sugar (sacharose) as its main sweetener. There is a small production of sugar-based "Kosher for Passover" Coca-Cola, as Ashkenazi Jews do not consume high fructose corn syrup during Passover.Lactose intolerance is a frequent reason to avoid milk and dairy products. What is lactose?A sugar. Lactose is a disaccharide sugar that makes up around 2-8% of milk. Lactose intolerance is not an allergy. It is the inability to digest lactose due to insufficient levels of lactase, the enzyme that metabolizes lactose into glucose and galactose.In which country do people use metal chopsticks?In Korea. There are various styles of chopsticks in different cultures. In Korea, the chopsticks are made of metal, and are paired with a spoon. There are also differences in the eating etiquette.A wheat bun cake filled with sweet stuffing. Where is eaten and on what occasion?Sweden - Fat Tuesday. The Fat Tuesday -Because it is the last day before the Lenten fast, a tradition has developed of eating buns, called "semla". The day is also called "White Tuesday" because the buns are made out of white flour.