We tend to associate fast food restaurants with a sort of cultural imperialism. The perception is that the food at one in the US will be the same as the food at one in Tokyo. But that often isn't the case. Fast food chains often regionalise their menus to reflect local cultures. For example in Canada Burger King offers poutine. A dish originally created in Quebec poutine is french fries covered with brown gravy and cheese curds or some other form of cheese. A few days ago I tried out BK's version with bacon added.
Given the plastic lid I assume this stuff is made elsewhere for Burger King and just heated up at the restaurant.
As you can imagine a combination of these ingredients tastes quite salty. I like salty, but eating this stuff probably upped my blood pressure for a while. I'm sure someone who has eaten poutine made in a Quebec restaurant would turn up their nose at this stuff, but I liked it and may try it again someday.