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    Huy Fong Foods Case Study

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    Background: Huy Fong Foods is an American Company founded in 1980 in Los Angeles, California.1 Huy Fong Foods headquarters is in Irwindale, California (“Huy Fong Foods”, n.d). The founder of Huy Fong Foods is David Tran who came to America in 1978 as a Vietnamese refugee (“Huy Fong Foods”, n.d). Upon moving to California, David Tran, noticed there was a lack of hot sauces that pleased his Vietnamese palate (Hammond, 2013). Because of this, he decided to make his own hot sauce. He started in 1980 by personally delivering his products throughout Los Angeles’ Chinatown (Hammond, 2013). Marketing: Product: Huy Fong Foods makes three products, Sriracha Sauce, Chili Garlic Sauce, and Sambal Oelek (Hammond, 2013). All these products use the same…

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    obesity problem is processed food. Processed food is filled with fats, sugars, and preservatives all things that are clinically bad for health. A hamburger can be made with 200 calories easily using lean beef and grilling it, but when companies use salt to preserve it and add fats and sugars to improve taste it 's hard to do that. Michael Hobbes writes a good article, “Why Is Processed Food So Bad for You?” that highlights key points showing what processed food is doing to this country.…

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    Quick-Serve Fast Food

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    Has the methods of promotion in the quick serve (fast food) industry in the United States contributed to child obesity? Child obesity is increasing every year, in the moment we speak. Many children are teased because of their weight, and physical appearance in school. Other children get other diseases such as diabetes if their weight is obese for a long period of time. These problems all start with what a child eats. As stated in CBS’s article, Fast Food Linked To Child Obesity, author Jamie…

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    and veggies. By the end of the day when they get home from work they 're ravenous and end up eating the entire pantry filled with sugars, preservatives, and sodium. Before they know it an hour of overindulging goes by then soon after painful bloating and indigestion kicks in. The body can only utilize and digest a certain amount of calories in one meal which is between 300 - 500 calories (depending on the size and mass) then stores the rest as unwanted fat! Less is Best Did you know the body…

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    that if people were to eat processed and harmful foods, such as fats and sugars, their bodies would most likely react very poorly and become at risk for harmful diseases. But Jodi Corbitt’s diet was not full of fats and sugars. In 2010, 47-year-old Jodi Corbitt decided it was time for the anti-depressant medication to be thrown away. She wanted to change her diet due to her battle of depression for many years. Corbitt stopped eating wheat and grains, which had resulted in weight loss and her…

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    I remember growing up in small low-class apartment in the city of Toronto. I was born the youngest. I had one brother and one sister there were twins and two years older than me. My parents were either working or cooking us food. My sibling and I used to sit on the sofa watching cartoons while my parents were cooking for us. When the food was ready, we had to go eat on the dining table with everyone. I was fortunate to have parents that could cook delicious food but even more a dad that could…

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    My Grandmother Traditions

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    as Toishan in the Guangdong province. She was from a family of farmers and in order to eat, they had to procure most of their food from their own farm. They would grow their own vegetables and, sometimes, they would eat their livestock. However, it was more common that they sold their livestock for income or use them to assist with manual labor in the farm. The money would then go into buying meat and vegetables, when it was available, from other farmers who would set up a small little booth on…

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    Option 1: In the documentary Food, Inc., Robert Kenner presents his thesis with many examples of what is being done to our food source and how people are being trapped by the time it takes to prepare a healthy meal and the low cost alternative of an unhealthy drive-thru meal. The United States Government has taken control of our food source and allowed it to be genetically modified; the food has had harmful effects on our bodies, but it has become time and cost prohibitive to eat healthier…

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    It seems that everywhere we turn there is some sort of advertisement for food: on billboards, in magazines, and on the televisions that adults and young children watch daily. Food companies have integrated their products into television entertainment and commercials, opening up a now expansive industry, but not without controversy trailing close behind. One major contention revolves around food advertisements on television targeted towards children. Closely related is the epidemic of childhood…

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    pick the situation your born in. In addition to that you don 't pick the types of food that are available to you. There are many factors that can effect the food introduced to you in a lifetime. There are two that really stick out with the first being heritage. Your heritage is how your going to be brought up. Each heritage has their different types of food, and what your parents eat may not, but most likely be what you are going to see in the beginning of your lifetime. Moving on, the second…

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