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The Fast Food Epidemic

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INTRODUCTION

           A car turns into a lane and pulls up in front of a small, black voice box.  It stops and waits for a voice to greet them “Hello, what would you like to order?” The car then drives a few feet and pulls up to a window that hands him a greasy brown bag, with an obnoxious logo of the restaurant. The aroma of oily french fries that have been sitting under infrared heating lamps soon fills the inside of the car. The enticing smell fatty cheeseburgers begins to make the driver salivate, as he can’t wait until he gets home to eat his dinner, after a long day at the office.  This is an all familiar scene of what everyone has experienced in the past or even now on a daily basis. This scenario illustrates what an average American goes through to eat a meal based on the choice that they make to purchase it as a fast food chain. Fast food seems to have become a staple of the average American’s diet. Major corporations spend billions on advertising to target consumers of all ages, and this is where psychology of food branding comes into play. The addiction to fast food has brought an epidemic to our nation’s population and we need to practice healthier eating habits in order to reverse the effects.




MAD ABOUT MCDONALD'S: THE ADDICTION TO FAST FOOD



           Fast food restaurants are purposely built in areas that are populated and around other major community areas such as schools, churches, office buildings, business plazas and shopping centers. T...


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