Economics Of Fast Food

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Throughout the day there is always a constant variable in everyone lives that can truly dictate how your day goes. This one thing is so simple; yet at the same time it is beyond complex. For if anyone tries to skip out on this one important aspect their whole entire day can be turned around in an instant and that is to eat. Although, that’s where this gets tricky because eating is essential for your daily life and health. The tricky aspect of eating is the food that is eaten also costs you the money you’ve earned, the time to go get that food, and if that food is even accessible at the time. These are all the major thoughts that come to mind when it comes to the food choices that an everyday person will think of before going to buy a meal, …show more content…
This aspect plays a key role on what people go to out to buy. In today’s economy money has become quite the struggle for many families in the U.S. So when these low income families are probing for a meal to buy the most enticing provider would be expeditious fast food chains. For they sell an abundance of what seems to be healthy food for a very plausible price. Not knowing what comes along with that prodigiously altruistic price is that the quality of food that is being bought shoots straight to rock bottom. Not explaining to the public that their products are filled with preservatives and calories that healthy foods would never have. That’s why now a days the inordinate corpulence of our country has sky rocketed to one of the most extravagantly corpulent nations in the world; ranking just below Mexico as the number one obese country in the world. This is not a status that anyone cares to have when endeavoring to eat healthy. Trying with all the might they can muster to stay away from all those fattening foods. Unfortunately, the pricing of the products makes that more than arduous for the everyday low-income …show more content…
But in all honesty, all these aspects of the fast food companies are actually sickening because they are preying on those who would like a healthy, quick, and cheap meal that will fill them up without burning a hole in their pocket and avoiding unnecessary weight to be put on. Trying to be natural and buy from local food growers and butchers to have food that’s cheap, convenient, and constantly available is the ideal change that needs to be made but more than likely that won’t happen anytime soon for the world is too corrupted by money. Why can’t they try to keep all the aspects that are talked about throughout the paper, but change one thing amidst all the aspects and that is the quality of the product in which they provide for the public. If the owners and creators went and saw how their food affects people I believe they would maybe try and make the change because the foods that are produced from a fast food chain are far below the line of what a standard healthy meal is actually

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