Greggs is a national business and is the largest bakery chain in the UK with 1,671 outlets. In 2009 they announced plans for another 600 outlets and has become a bigger fast food chain than McDonalds (within the UK). Greggs belongs to the private sector which means it is owned by individuals. They are in the private sector to make money, profit is the driving force. Greggs are in the Tertiary sector as they sell you a product they cook for you in store, some might say that they are also in the secondary sector as they make their pastries in store, but they don’t.
As we ate our meal the waitress made many trips to give refills. The only problem with the service was the fact of another person bringing over our meal which is definitely understandable since the restaurant was considerably busy. Dining at Cracker Barrel was an enjoyable experience for me. With the abundance of fresh southern meals, and its unique and amazing environment, it simply helps you to relax while forgetting your troubles. During my visit to the Cracker Barrel I experience a historical atmosphere, the food was exceptional, the best of service, and although normally very busy, especially at prime season, it does not take long to get a table.
The subject is very simple. What is wrong with society in America today in concerns of our diet? People express the many reasons and causes as to why we eat the way we eat. One-third of Americans are obese. Now days everything is more convienent to us because it seems like there is a McDonald’s on every corner, and a Jack-n-the-Box on every exit.
3. Some practices of the cafeteria are somewhat unusual. Most cafeterias usually collect payment before letting the customer leave the line and go to their tables to eat, and the cafeteria in this case completely reversed this practice. Giving the customer the receipt and asking the customer to
To help support his claim, Bittman uses many different rhetorical devices in his article. He begins his article by giving the reader a few statistics about the cost of fast food nowadays at major restaurants such as MacDonald’s. “Two Big Macs, a cheeseburger, six chicken McNuggets, two medium and two small fries, and two medium and two small sodas — costs, at the McDonald’s a hundred steps from where I write, about $28. You can serve a roasted chicken with vegetables along with a simple salad and milk for about $14, and feed four or even six people,” (Bittman 1). He continues by saying that people also may say that fast food is cheaper when measured by the calorie but when half of the people in this country consume too many calories rather than too few, measuring food’s cost by the calorie makes no sense.
UNIT 13- RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION TASK 1 (P1) RECRUITMENT PLANNING McDonalds The business began in 1940, with a restau rant opened by siblings Dick and Mac McDonald in San Bernardino, California. McDonald's Corporation is the world's largest chain of fast-food restaurants, primarily selling fast food. More recently, it also offers salads with the successful expansion of McDonald's into many international markets; the company has become a symbol of globalization. In 1974, McDonalds opened its first restaurant in the Auk. Today more than 2.5 million people in this country place their trust in McDonalds everyday, trusting the company to provide them with food of a high standard, quick service and value for money.
Use of steam and microwave is also available, but not observed. 5. How are the hamburgers assembled? Wendy's: The assembly line is in-line with the customer and the front register and difficult to see, but the grill is situated at one end and the register at the other with the prep in-between. The buns are placed at the prep area and after an order is taken the burger is pulled off of the grill and put on to the bun and other condiments are then placed on to complete the sandwich, then wrapped and placed on the tray for the customer.
She has to work all day in a cafeteria with the aroma of tater tots and two day old spaghetti. She has a dying passion to serve kids foods that barely pass the FDA’s strict guidelines. She loves seeing the happy expressions on children’s faces fade as they see what she has conjured up for them. The lunch lady confronts the evils of making unhealthy foods and smashes the foods hopes and dreams of one day being tasteful. Only a select few have what it takes to be an everyday lunch lady.
Moreover, the articles tells us that, “Yum’s U.S. business notched a 6% increase in same-store in the third quarter ended Sept. 8, driven by Taco Bell”(Jargon).This proves that 13% gain in same-store sales. This is significant because the new Cantina Bowl products and tacos made with Doritos shells were behind the growth. Therefore, fast food restaurants are up scaling which contribute with America’s obesity problem. In conclusion, the reason for America’s obesity epidemic is that the fast food restaurants are giving the customers foods that are supersized. The articles above state the reason why and what caused the obesity problem.