France's fast food joints outsource ingredients

Enterprising chefs are shaking up France's dining scene by providing high-quality fast food in food trucks and restaurants, but they are having a hard time sourcing the foreign staples, such as hot dogs and chili peppers, in a country built on fine dining. Many chefs, including American Kristin Frederick, have to source cheeses and meats from neighboring countries in order to make the best burgers and burritos for French patrons.

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