Why Consumers look for 'healthier' fast food ?
Consumer awareness of the benefits of a balanced diet is forcing fast food chains to offer a larger range of healthier options
Well this is quite obvious but in developed countries like America, obesity has become a real epidemic and often people are looking for someone to blame it at. I also think that fast food chains aren't really getting forced but rather using it to make their own brand more attractive to eat at. Really whatever the fast food chains may say, making it healthier doesnt really mean that it's good for you. Its just for a piece of mind that you're eating something that is "certified" as being not bad for you.
by reymund7 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,...
by hawaiiangirl3 years ago
What is the difference between eating at a fast food restaurant and eating at home?
by Stacie L2 years ago
Will fast food restaurants ever go out of business?The trend is leaning towards healthier eating, so will fatty, sugary and fried foods ever go by the wayside?
by PhoenixV5 years ago
Are There Any Fast Food Chains Or RestaurantsThat Serve Pink Slime?Are there any fast food places or Restaurants, that are incorporating pink slime in their food?
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 roastedpinebark8 years ago
In Europe, how popular is McDonalds and what other fast food chains that aren't popular in the USA compete with it?
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