McDonald’s – the one food joint that never looked back and has always grown into something bigger. They have been reigning the food joints, and they are probably one of the most visited places when it comes to going to the joints and getting a quick bite at the best price.
Fast Food in Denmark Serves Something Atypical: Living Wages - NYTimes.com. True, a Big Mac here costs more — $5.60, compared with $4.80 in the United States. But that is a price Danes are willing to pay. “We Danes accept that a burger is expensive, but we also know that working conditions and wages are decent when we eat that burger,” said Soren Kaj Andersen, a University of Copenhagen professor who specializes in labor issues.