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August 13, 2015
A worker carries a pizza for delivery as he exits a Domino's pizza store in Sydney, Australia, August...
Sydney, Australia
A worker carries a pizza for delivery as he exits a Domino's pizza store in Sydney, Australia
A worker carries a pizza for delivery as he exits a Domino's pizza store in Sydney, Australia, August 12, 2015. Fast food may be falling out of favour in many countries around the world but companies are making healthy profits and boldly innovating in the unlikely market of Australia. Contrary to stereotypes of a beach-going community of fitness fanatics, official data out this week showed 40 percent of Australian adults are dangerously obese and have a poor diet that includes lashings of fast food. That makes Australia a hotbed for innovation by companies including homegrown firm Domino's Pizza Enterprises Ltd, McDonald's Corp and Yum! Brands Inc's, KFC and Pizza Hut as they struggle to win over health-conscious diners in other countries. Picture taken August 12, 2015. REUTERS/David Gray
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