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  • Burger King ‘fakeaways’ satisfy isolating fast foodies
  • Burger King ‘fakeaways’ satisfy isolating fast foodies
    Pablo Merchan Montes (2018) ©
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Burger King ‘fakeaways’ satisfy isolating fast foodies

Since all Burger King locations are closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the fast food chain has released a campaign showing customers how to make their burgers at home. As people self-isolating pine for their ‘old lives’, DIY projects and recipes are helping them satisfy their creative urges.

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