“The strict rules at fast-food restaurants help to create food that always tastes the same. They help workers fill orders quickly.” (McJobs by Eric Schlosser and Charles Wilson) This supports my claim because it shows how fast food is inexpensive and consistent. This means that people that don’t have the money to go to the grocery store every week can put food on the table for their families that always tastes the same. Finally, the following quote shows that the fast food industry provides jobs for uneducated people. “When all the knowledge is built into the operating system and the machines in the kitchen, a restaurant no longer needs skilled workers.” (McJobs by Eric Schlosser and Charles Wilson) This supports my claim because it shows how the fast food industry provides jobs for uneducated people.
Travelers who go places to visit family, or any other reason, gets hungry and would like to see a familar fast food restaurant they can go to everytime they travel. As Visser said “When a huge modern business conglomerate offers fast food to travelers on the highway, it knows that its customers are likely to desire No Surprises. They are hungry, tired, and not in a celebratory mood; they are happy to pay—provided that the price looks easily manageable—for the safely predictable, the convenient, the fast and ordinary”(129). The restaurant that is known for travelers to stop at when tired and hungry is McDonalds. You can find a McDonalds about anywhere you go in the world and its always fast service most of the time.
A customer’s first impression of a restaurant stems from the atmosphere and the service and these are critical items in getting a first time customer to become a regular. Ensuring that this newly available time is focused on ensuring that the processes relating to those two items are efficient can help to ensure business continuity. This also means; increased demand, increased productivity and overall improvement in the restaurant’s efficiency which would lead to increase revenues, and service quality. There are always a flip side to every new venture and outsourcing is not any different as there are disadvantages that are faced by restaurants. The key disadvantage is that it becomes difficult to ensure that the quality of the food provided meets the standards of the restaurants.
In order to better understand Longhorn’s position in the industry, a SWOT analysis was completed. This was done by observing trends within the industry as well as looking at external factors that could be affecting the restaurant. This made it easy to see where they could make improvements and what they could do to capitalize on their strengths. Longhorn has many strengths that put it in a good competitive position. They have competitive prices, quality food, quick service and a well-known brand.
The Employer-Friendly Case for Pricier Big Macs Fast food, what a lot of people generally view as a quick way to get some good food, whether it be breakfast, lunch or dinner, is actually killing more people than you might think. In this modern time, almost everyone knows that fast food isn’t particularly the best thing for you to eat, but that won’t even come close to stopping us from eating it. I wonder why do we not ban fast food or limit it? The answer is simple; it makes us money. If people know fast food is bad for them, why is it everywhere?
Zinczenko strategically uses emotional pathos through his example of obesity in children. Children are innocent in tone, therefore helping him explain that they are innocent in spite of the manipulation of the fast food industry. The author presents the issue of the lack of nutrition information in fast food. He’s not dissing the fast food industry; rather, he is stating the problem at hand that should be taken care of. He sympathizes with the fact that he too was once a kid whose two daily meals were from typical fast food restaurants.
They were hovered over their plates as if the food would disappear. They were also eating really fast. I know for many this would probably be their only meal for the day, and some have not eaten anything in days. As I continued to look around the room, I started to look at the attire that they were wearing. I could see that they all looked as if they have not had a bath in days.
In today’s society these traditional traits are no longer appreciated. Many families still gather together to eat but do not spend the same amount of time together like in the past. If families would bring the traditional back there would be less issue on how we celebrate Thanksgiving or any other holiday. Second of all, think of the amount of people that work on Thanksgiving
C. Thesis statement: Popularity of the fast food are getting an increase due to easy and quick service, inexpensive meanwhile there are also consist of negative effects if the fast food is becoming more common in society. Body A. Topic sentence: The reasons for fast foods becomes more popular is due to easy and quick services 1. Supporting point: Firstly, the customers able to get their food as soon as they order. a. Sub-supporting point: Today, people are very busy with their working lifestyle as they tend to find fast foods as a good choice because they don 't have enough time to find a healthy food.
In fact, drive thru service is slowly becoming a weakness to McDonald’s. In fast food, people usually think that it is quickly served. Drive thru service has brought convenience to everyone because they do not have to line up at the counter and it saves their time. However, if the drive thru service is as slow as lining up at the counter, there would be no point of having this service because people will choose to line up instead of waiting in the car and wasting the petrol. So, it is recommended that if McDonald’s wants to improve drive thru speed, it should add more lanes to allow more customers to drive