Fast Food Chain Analysis

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On Friday, September 18 at approximately 1500 hours my group and I conducted a grocery store scavenger hunt. Overall the entire experience was entirely new for me. Personally, I rarely shop at supermarkets. The majority of my food is purchased through a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). My local CSA delivers eggs, grains, fresh fruits and vegetables weekly to my door. Other items like bread, jams, meat products and so forth I obtain from local flea markets and farmer markets. Furthermore, my apartment complex generally houses migrant workers. My neighbors bring foods they have grown locally and share their harvest with me. Consequently, many of the foods were new to me as a result of rarely shopping at supermarkets. Also, the pricing is…show more content…
I had vaguely heard of kefir through a magazine advertisement, but I never took the time to look for this product at the grocery store. The packaging stated that kefir contains more live active cultures than yogurt and this was appealing to me. I did want to give the product a try and before leaving the store, I picked up a bottle for me. What appealed to me the most was that kefir had more calories per serving than the yogurt I usually purchase and when comparing nutrient, it was still a rich source of calcium and probiotics. I like the taste of kefir, it was a little more bitter than what I was accustomed to, but I enjoyed it. The consistency also proved to be convenient because I am always on the go and I hate to admit it, but there are times when I have to grab a food item that is portable and eat on my way out. Kefir is more of a drinkable yogurt because of its runny constancy and it has been easy for me to pour a serving of kefir in a cup and drink it on my way out the door. I was glad that I decided to try something new because now kefir is now a product that I buy on a weekly…show more content…
Grocery shopping is one of my favorite activities, and I can spend hours in the grocery store deciphering and comparing the thousands of items they have there. This assignment really appealed to me. The grocery store my group and I went to was the Savemart by Fresno State. When reading the instructions to this assignment, I didn’t think we would reach the 3 hours required for this project, but I was proven very wrong. We spent at least 4 hours there, and that’s with splitting up the designated areas per person. I believe if we did not, it would have even taken

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