Plano Texas leads the nation in fast food consumption.
According to Insidebusiness.com, that apparently happens a lot in Plano, which it declared the city as the fast food capital of the country.
There’s apparently a lot of pizza, sub sandwiches and other fast-food staples being consumed in the Collin County city, too.
Plano’s roughly 220,000 residents spend 2.3 times the national average on fast food, according to the website and order 2.1 times more fast food that the average city in the U.S.
Madison, Wis., ranked second and Wichita, Kan., was third.