Fast Food Is A Kind Of Mass Produced Food

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Fast food is a kind of mass-produced food which are made and served very quickly. Fast food becomes more popular in 1950 in the United States, and it is likely to have less nutritional content compared to other foods. Food that needs less preparation time is also called fast food; literary the term refers to foods sold in restaurant or store with ready-made ingredient and it is served to the customer in wrapped form to take-out. Fast food cafeterias are known for their capabilities to serve food through the drive-through. Research carried out by National Institute of Health (NIH) found out that although fast food is a quick and cheap alternative to home cooked meals, they also contain high saturated sugar, fat, and calories. Taking in too much fast food has been related with high celestial and obesity. As the day’s passes, intake of fast food is substituting the traditional family dinner. As a result, the duration in which people invest on food preparation is reducing on each day, with an average couple in the United States spending 47 min and 19 minutes every day preparing food. Fast food has injurious effects on the body such as diabetes, obesity, and high blood pressure. This paper will focus on fast food, advertisement done by fast food and the cost of fast food. In recent years, the beverage and food manufacturing in the United States have viewed aimed children and adolescents as a significant market force. Good marketers are concerned about youth consumers due to
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