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    Supersize Me: The Rhetoric of French Fries The United States of America has long been considered a “big nation”, whether is has the biggest cities, houses, and on a negative note, biggest people. In 2003, Morgan Spurlock, a healthy-bodied film director, set on a quest to show America the detrimental effects of the fast food industry and raise awareness on the controversial issue. He produced the documentary “Supersize Me”, where McDonald’s meals were consumed for every meal of the day for thirty

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    Baked Potatoes or French Fries

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    Baked Potatoes or French Fries Is it ever a wonder that kids get away with eating the darndest things. They gobble candy ice pops, french fries and for the most part remain amazingly thin and fit. However, adults with the same type of diet are high-cholesterol dynamites just waiting for an explosion into triple-bypass heaven. Why do the little brats get to eat what ever they so desire without worry, while adults have to monitor every gram of anything that even considers passing through their lips

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    Chapter 5: Why the Fries Taste Good

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    “Out of every $1.50 spent on a large order of fries at fast food restaurant, perhaps 2 cents goes to the farmer that grew the potatoes,” (Schlosser 117). Investigative journalist Eric Schlosser brings to light these realities in his bestselling book, Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal. Schlosser, a Princeton and Oxford graduate, is known for his inspective pieces for Atlantic Monthly. While working on article, for Rolling Stone Magazine, about immigrant workers in a strawberry

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    today. Why Do French Fries Taste Good by author Eric Schlosser’s clearly is towards an audience of people who are educated either through the farming or the fast food industry. I think it was to inform them of not only Simplot and his life in journey to him becoming successful today. It’s to discuss the making of one of the greatest foods to be eaten by humans worldwide. This is what catches the admiration of the crowd. Who doesn’t like French fries, the taste of the golden fry? Being that it

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    extremely obese (The State of Obesity). These seem to be some pretty high numbers, and in many peoples lives the label of “overweight” or “obese” can cause many other issues throughout their life. Just as Anna Mae is addicted to McDonalds in the play “French Fries”, many Americans have addictions to things such as fast food chains. Are restaurants, such as McDonalds to blame for issues such as obesity in Americans? Many would argue yes. I mentioned the amount of Americans that are considered to be obese

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    Potatoes Case Study

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    are the fourth largest crop in the world behind rice, wheat, and corn, they comprise nearly three percent of all calories consumed by U.S. adults (National Potato Council 2012), and one third of them are used to produce just one product: frozen french fries. There are three sides to this staple food that now so pervades our fast food restaurants: the market, utilization, and regulation. First, the market. In any market there are four possible models to follow: perfect competition, monopolistic competition

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    Burger King

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    chicken fries commercial. The commercial uses talking chickens as the main persuasive element. The commercial starts by showing two chickens approaching another chicken that is hanging around a group of french fries on a stair case. The two chickens taunt the chicken for hanging out with the packages of french fries. They state that he might want to be a french fry, and the chicken replies with “Maybe I do want to be a french fry.” The two chickens mock for saying that he wants to be a french fry, but

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    specifically, major competitors like McDonald’s and Wendy’s. These efforts support the company’s long term goal of achieving the top position in the fast food restaurant industry. a) Product Figure A. Which Fast Food Chain Has the Best Burger & Fries? Burger King, as a quick service restaurant, it is classified as offering food, a non-durable good. Since its beginnings, and as its name says, Burger King’s main product has always been the hamburger, with which has stand out over its main competitors

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    An Investigation Into the Factors Affecting Osmosis Problem. In this investigation I am trying to find the effect of placing potatoes cut into French fries into salt solutions of different concentrations and the subsequent percentage difference in weight between potatoes placed in different salt concentrations. Hypothesis. Osmosis is the transfer of water from a region of high water concentration through a selectively-permeable membrane to a region of low water concentration. A selectively-permeable

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    The Ethics of Fast Food

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    the professional issues regarding this case mainly deals with food quality issues. These range from the technology in processing the food to store sanitary policies. First, take the production of the famous McDonald's French fry. During the chain's early years French fries were made from scratch every day. Russet Burbank potatoes were peeled, cut into shoestrings, and fried in McDonald's kitchens. As the chain expanded nationwide, in the mid-1960s, it sought to cut labor costs, reduce the numb

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