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On a scale of 1-10; How much do you think the fast food places have changed for the worse?
Let's say over the last 10 years. 1 being no change 10 being them falling off the map. Rate the industry in general or break down by restaurant.
1 no change for the worse but tons of changes for the better. You now have healthy options, you never used to get a healthy menu option in McDonalds.
Not just do you have healthy options smoking is now banned in them, you can eat in clean air. Everything you order has a calorie and fat content breakdown so you can see just how junkie the junk food is.
On the scale of 1-10 the fast food places have changed but not for worse but for the better. Most of the fast food restaurants, quick service restaurants like sbarro fast food restaurant, McDonalds, KFC, Subway, Wimpy have improved a lot in their quality of services. I find calorie breakdown of the junk food we intake.
Amazing I would say they are at a 10. Service has dwindled, menus expansion makes the cooks care less while preparing and to top it all off the chains are able to modify what they are serving without telling us. Have you wondered why these healthy options appeared yet are the same thing? Chains change their recipes impacting the taste of food.
Personally I try to cook at home. So when I hit the drive thru I could care less about nutritional value bc it is a treat. However, more and more I find it to not be satisfying bc of the quality of food they pass me thru the window.
by Jerad Maplethorpe8 years ago
I'd like to know if you eat it, how often, and what effects you believe it has had on you, your community and society as a whole.I'll be writing a hub on the results so please be thorough. Thanks!
by sarovai8 years ago
Is it fast food really good for our health? Can we make it regular eating fast food only?
by Bill Manning7 years ago
I'm trying to eat a bit healthier. I already eat good food, like chicken, fruits and no junk crap. But I have a hard time finding good veggies.I noticed that a sub from subway has lots of veggies and it seems fresh too....
by Ashley Barbel3 years ago
Why would you want to work in a fast food restaurant?In just three years from working at Wendy's, I have become a mean person and I get annoyed and angry a lot faster than before. From the customers in the drive thru to...
by piyush3dxyz6 years ago
I dont know what country you are in but KFC in england is just like fast food and to me, fast food is rubbish. Too much unhealthy overpowering sauces and the chicken is always coated in huge amounts of fat.Give me a...
by reymund8 years ago
Choosing the best fast food chains to eat in is somewhat confusing because we consider different factoes like brand, cost, food safety, how the staff accomodate us,conducive environment etc. OF all the many chains,...
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