Mainly because it is fast, inexpensive and tastes good. The downside is that most fast foods tend to be high in fat, calories, sodium, cholesterol and sugar. More eat fast food today Eating away from home is becoming more common, particularly at fast food restaurants. Many adults rely on fast food daily for lunch because it is fast, predictable and inexpensive. As the pace of the American lifestyle increases there is less time to prepare a home-cooked meal, which leads many families to stop at the drive-thru on their way home.
This concept, called fast food, may help people to get their food faster and cheaper, but it also introduces many other problems. In this playful depiction of Ronald McDonald rocking with kids, McDonald's uses their manipulative clown mascot to grab the attention of hungry children, in turn, putting the youth in the driver’s seat to a fast and turbulent track to obesity. Fast food has advanced so much over the past fifty years. It has become a massive conglomerate and a staple for the world population. The problem with this operation is, in order to attract enough customers, the final product must be affordable and yet, still delicious.
While the economy is still low, sales of these retail products will likely remain high as consumers purchase lunch meats and other foods rather than eating out and frozen desserts rather than purchasing from a more expensive local bakery. Food service will also likely remain an attractive industry as most of the national chains listed as consumers in the case study are directed at value-conscious consumers who also desire quality. International beverage is a growing industry, as consumers move toward making their favorite coffee (and other) beverages at home rather than spending $5 a cup at their favorite chain. With the development of single serve coffee makers, this industry has grown even further and it no longer takes special skill to make a decent cup of coffee. The two remaining industries, North American and International bakeries seem less attractive, but these may pick up again down the road.
I believe that if healthy food is more advertised it will be eaten more. America needs to practice healthier eating behaviors. The media is all about fast food. Who doesn't know the slogan At McDonald’s we love to see you smile? If the media took a step back and focused on positive eating the public will react and chose a healthier lifestyle.
It cans shows which aspect is the international student focus on the most. On the other hand, this objective would indicate that healthy and nourish food is very significant to the international student. Keep healthy is the first step to ensure an efficient study. The objective about this research is because of that Diet is one of the most significant parts of a person’s daily life, therefore, for an international student adapt themselves to the new environment is very important. Present day, more and more junk food flood UK, such as McDonald's, KFC and Burger King, which contain 65 per cent more calories per bite than standard British meals, making it far too easy for customers to overindulge without realizing it.
The junk food industries keep these foods very visible and easily accessible to everyone. People are addicted to junk food because it is cheaper, taste better and advertised more heavily than healthier food. Another reason junk food is so appealing is at a real restaurant you have to wait for a nutritious meal and it cost more. Hamburgers, hotdogs, pizza and sodas are within everyone’s income range and do not take long to get. Let us not forget about the
How Fast Food Choices Affect Our Diet Rhonda Gilbert DeVry University Professor Tennyson October 24, 2013 How Fast Food Choices Affect Our Diet In today’s busy life, everyone is looking for a fast, cheap, and easy way out for the inevitable question, “What’s for dinner?” Pollan (2006) stated, “…how such a simple question could ever have gotten so complicated…..figuring out what to eat—has come to require a remarkable amount of expert help” (pg.1). Fast food restaurants are easy, mostly cheap, and are a readily alternative to home cooking. Fast food chains claim that they have increased their awareness about nutrition and are trying to respond to the public’s concern about health. Their menus have ingredients and nutrition information available, if you are able to determine what it all means. However, you still need to be very careful about what items you choose, if you are trying to eat healthy.
MAKING FAST FOOD FASTER: in the fast food industry time is literally money McDonald’s : compete on sped; a competitive advantage for both organizations in making fast food faster; Both have the advantage of time based competition, with build-to-order production & efficient supply chain. Both focus on Lean Services which results in * Low inventory levels * Eliminate waste * Streamline operations * Promotes fast changeovers * Close supplier relations * Simplified scheduling & control activities * Better use of human resources * Adjust quickly to change in demands * As a result products & services are provided quickly at less cost & in more variety McDonald’s restaurant averages about one minute a transaction compared to Domino’s average of 3.5 minutes. A reason for superb efficiency is the use of a remote call centre to take orders, a trend gaining popularity in fast food entities like domino’s. At McDonalds workers are expert in the menu, & they are trained to be articulate polite, & fast. They also urge customer to add items to their order.