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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Cheese Burger infographic ! By: Parker Pasternack Most Americans eat 3 burgers a week. Burgers account for 60% of all sandwiches sold. The worlds most expensive burger is $5,000 dollars. Americans eat about 14 billion burgers a year. Hamburgers get their name from the Hamburg steaks that German immigrants brought with them to the US. The Hamburger Hall of Fame is located in Seymour, Wisconsin. If you put all the hamburgers Americans eat in a line, they would circle the earth more than 32 times. In 1982 the worlds largest hamburger was cooked and then eaten. That year, between close to 10,000 people came to sample the tasty 3,591 pound burger. the birthplace of the hamburger is Athens, Texas. Legend dates it back to the late 1880s. The hamburger became popular after it was introduced at the St. Louis Worlds fair in 1904. During WWI, the US Govt tried to rename hamburgers as liberty sandwiches Hamburgers and cheeseburgers comprise 71% of the beef served in commercial restaurants. The first fast food restaurant was introduced in 1921. It sold burgers for five cents! The reason that burgers look so good in commercials is because they are undercooked. Hamburgers dont contain ham. Burger king has their own hamburger cologne named flame In Australia, Burger King is called Hungry Jacks Japanese McDonalds sells a burger called the Big America The Big Mac was introduced in 1968 and sold for 49 cents The Big Mac had two previous names: aristocrat and blue ribbon burger, both of which failed
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