Fast food restaurants make food so cheap, that they can afford to have a dollar or value menu, enabling people to have a whole meal for only a few bucks. Besides the low cost of fast food restaurants, the size of the portion is another big advantage; fast food restaurants offers high calories and huge portions for such cheap prices. With only a dollar bill, hungry customers can buy a value meal hamburger with a rich meat patty, soft ice cream cone, or a small bag of value-meal potato fries. If they are willing to... ... middle of paper ... ...nus to respond to customers comments. The 'new' fast food pop culture is very different from the past stereotypes that fast food is always bad.
Though the fast food industry is popular, it may not be the best option for food. Some question whether certain fast food chains are even healthy enough to eat from altogether. There are many speculations on where the food comes from and the conditions in which they’re cooked and served. Fast food chains lure in customers by advertising low cost meals, convenience, and tasty foods. This makes fast food a very convincing option for people with busy lifestyles.
There are so many fast food restaurants in the world. Every corner people turn, there is another McDonald’s or a popular fast food restaurant. What people do not know about this easy way of eating is how unhealthy fast food really is. Quick food does not mean nutritious food. However, many Americans debate whether fast food restaurants should be required to show the nutrition in their food.
If people who are hurry to get their food and do not have much time to eat, fast food must the good choice for them. McDonald, KFC, and Popeye would be the first few restaurants show up in people’s mind, but still has many healthy fast foods in the United States. Today, there are many different kinds of fast food restaurants in United States; lots of people choose to eat fast food as their meal daily. Even eating fast food can save time and money, still have many negative sides of choosing fast food. The first benefit of fast food is saving time because some people may spend lots of time of their jobs or other things.
This essay will analyze America’s decision to choose a lousy diet or a great diet. Buying fast food rather than cooking a home cooked meal can be convenient and inexpensive for a plenty of families in America. However, when it comes to eating a meal nearly all people weigh the options of eating fast food, cooking, or buying processed food. In the long run, there could be a ton of consequences for choosing one option over the other. People health can become an issue since fast food contains an abundant amount of unhealthy ingredients.
Furthermore, I explained how the environments of people can cause obesity. Being in a city full of fast food places is impossible to drive past everyday without getting urged to buy something to eat. Plus people can not give up on the opportunities fast food grants by their low prices and how people can get more money for their dollar. Fast food never looks disgusting, it is always looking so nice and delicious. Lastly, I stated how the parents and school influences children to eat fast food more.
Many people believe that fast-food chains are a central cause of obesity in America because there is plethora amount of fast-food restaurants on every block, but very few healthy alternatives. Sure, fast food restaurants are very easy to find and offer quick service, but there are other options that are also healthy, convenient, and economica... ... middle of paper ... ...o makes some good valid points. Fast-food restaurants are found everywhere. They’re also convenient and offer quick service. It is easy to go through a drive through and pick up food.
Most Americans want to use their time efficiently, which allows them to achieve desirable goals. Fast food chains offer Americans the opportunity to save time. Preparing French fries, fried chicken, and hamburgers in fast food restaurant only takes a few minutes, which satisfies people’s demands and expectations. For example, I often see some students or commuters buying breakfast at a fast-food restaurant when they are in a hurry to go to school or work. Also, when our family has a journey by car, we like to take a break at a fast-food restaurant.
At fast food restaurants, they have cut the sizes of shakes, fries, and other foods in order to keep prices set at $1 and not give away the store. Fast food owners are not a fan of the dollar menus for the reason that there is not much profit being earned. Although owners are not fond of the menus, customers are very fond of them and owners know this will increase the amount of customers coming back to their restaurants (Tuttle, 2014). Parents are more prone to go to a fast food restaurant for dinner since it is fast, efficient, and affordable. A family of five can easily eat at McDonald’s for $20-$25, while going out to a real restaurant would be around $50 or more.
I think an interesting aspect of this advertising technique was that both examples that I found were fast food restaurants. Fast food restaurants are known for their fairly cheap food and make sure that consumers realize this. The cheap prices are a good selling point for fast food restaurants though. When the prices are so low for certain products, a wide variety of people can purchase the food. It opens up a wide variety of customers which makes the restaurants so popular in today’s