Those who like Arby's famous cheesesteaks will be pleased to hear that they will soon be available in a larger size.
It's not uncommon for localised specialties to spread throughout the United States.
Even if the resulting national bestseller isn't nearly as good as the original.
Consider Taco Bell. According to the BBC, Taco Bell was founded when its creator, Glen Bell.
As Taco Bell's popularity grew, their crispy tacos gradually replaced the industry standard.
Not only has fast food played a role in introducing people to other cuisines, but it has also helped bridge the gap when it comes to translation.