National Geographic : 2014 Nov
112 If Isabella Bartol (at far right) had her druthers, she’d eat a burger every day. Isabella, nine, prefers just ketchup on her cheeseburger; sister Betsy, four, puts everything on hers. At P. Terry’s Burger Stand in Austin, Texas, “all natural” burgers—made from cattle that never received hormones or antibiotics—cost only $2.45. Americans eat a lot of meat but still spend just 11 percent of their income on food, less than people in many other countries.