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"As demonstrated by the 30,000 McDonald’s units across the globe, a U.S. restaurant presence is alive and well abroad. But there is also a lot U.S. companies can learn from their international brothers and sisters. Sure, multi culturalism is thriving in the domestic culinary world with flavors from countries like Israel, South Korea, the Philippines, and India finding their way onto more menus. However, U.S. restaurants can — and should — look beyond international flavor profiles for inspiration."

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