The Importance Of Fast Food
There has been a lot of talk about this addition. Some cities and states have already come up with regulations requiring the calorie amount to be posted (“Judge” par. 15). This would require the calories to be listed next to the money amount of menus (“Judge” par.2). This addition of the calorie amount would promote better health choices. Customers would be forced to see the calorie totals for each food item. By seeing this, many might be persuaded to buy something with fewer calories. Fast food companies should have healthier standards and create a more nutritious environment by posting helpful information on …show more content…
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