Healthy Eating Plan Richard A Bennett SCI/241 April 1, 2012 Stacey Nagy Healthy Eating Plan Changing my diet to fit my daily food plan is not going to be an easy task. Working in fast food makes it easy for me to eat unhealthy. I usually eat one meal a day at work, and it’s not always a healthy choice. I also tend to eat out a lot because it is the easy thing to do. At 5’6” tall and 250lbs I am not at a healthy weight.
Burger King VS McDonald’s Burger King and McDonald’s are both fast food restaurants that provide customers with an easy drive thru window. When families have very little time to prepare a cooked meal at home, they most often opt for a fast food drive thru. Hitting up the drive thru at Burger King or McDonald’s, makes life just a little easier for the family on the run. People choose these types of places mostly for their fast pace, not for the quality of the food they receive. Also, because places such as Burger King and McDonald’s cost less than a fancy dining place, they feel they are getting a big bang for their buck.
I do not believe that this viewpoint is a good idea. Having an established set of accounting principles is essential to make sure rules and regulations are followed. Information for comparisons between companies would not be consistent and it would be harder to compare the information. It could also be easier for companies to hide damaging information, which could harm investors. Making an investor pay for the additional information could also make the investor feel that their investment is not important and that they may pull out their money.
Summary Windham, one of 50 Hamburger Haven franchises owned by Patterson-Erie, was not performing as well as the company had hoped. Cameron McCormick wanted to evaluate the situation thoroughly before meeting with the chief executive officer(CEO) of the company, William Patterson. The fast food industry, or the “quick service industry,” capitalized on the customer’s preference for a fast, inexpensive and tasty meal. The industry had experienced extreme growth. The fast food industry was extremely seasonal with peak sales occurring in the summer months.
Ask that same executive how pricing policies affect consumption-the extent to which customers use products or services that they've paid for - and you'll get a muted response at best. We find that managers rarely, if ever, think about consumption when they set prices-and that can be a costly oversight. Consider this example. Two friends, Mary and Bill, join the local health club and commit to one-year memberships. Bill decides on an annual payment plan-$600 at the time he signs up.
I am not proud to say this but my fast food intake on a weekly basis is about 3-5 times a week. If I do eat fast food I make sure to get something relatively healthy. The restaurants that I visit frequently are Chipotle, Waba Grill, Flame Broiler, and Corky’s. B. This film is directly related to this NF-15 class.
Fast food is very expensive. On the very rare occasion that my family of five eats fast food, it costs about forty dollars. At Burger King, it costs sixteen dollars for two Hamburgers, three large fries, and three bottles of water. That was for two people. My mom can make dinner (for five people) for around four dollars.
Every customer has a value to an organization and every customer has a price to that organization. Customers are the lifeblood and source of revenue to a business (O’Rourke, p.275). Dr. Wallace’s family had a genuinely unpleasant experience in an Olive Garden restaurant with the customer service. On a Tuesday evening in Mishawaka, IN, Mr. Wallace, his two young daughters, and his disabled father arrived at the establishment at 8:15 p.m. for supper. The restaurant is usually open until 10 p.m. during the week and 11 p.m. on the weekend, so 8:15 p.m. was a fairly decent time to arrive at the restaurant for supper.
It is for this reason that I would return the money, if I were in that situation. As discussed during class, it is not generally something that I would be able to see making the headlines and showing myself in a positive light and in addition, I would not want to disclose that information to my family. Even though the check was accidentally given to them rather than Global Banking Investments, they are still obligated to return it to the person or entity that it belongs to. They have no real ownership over the money and no right to keep it. It is ethically wrong for them to keep it, regardless of if they were let go from the company.
Cooking a full dinner can take hours whereas a drive-thru takes twenty minutes. Sometimes the only way to go is to grab a quick, convenient meal from McDonalds. If you’re a family that is often busy but you enjoy a healthy meal, use the advantages of both home cooking and fast food. You can stop at a fast food joint to pick up some pre-made salads. When you get home, grill a few chicken breasts, add your own personal salad favorites and enjoy.