The Importance Of Fast Food

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Fast food outlets have been existed from millennia in China, India and ancient Europe. In the past, many people cannot afford to have a kitchen and this becomes the main reason they buy their food in fast food outlets or vendors (History of fast food, 2017). The perception of fast food started to change in twentieth century. The first company that change the culture and perception of fast food was McDonald’s, followed by KFC, Burger King, Wendy’s, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and Subway.
As they get a good appreciation from the customers followed by the impact of the globalization, almost all of the fast food companies have been expanded their restaurant chain in many areas or even nations. Nowadays, with our busy life schedule and the increasing trend where women entering workforce promote an opportunity for the fast food industry to grow bigger. As food is being prepared fast and the income of the fast food owners tends to increase, the quality of food is inversely proportional to the increasing rate of fast food chains. This leads the researcher to come up with this thesis; questions like do you really know what you take in upon eating fast food? Is this good for the health? What the researcher wants to find out through research is the truth about fast food. What it is really made of, and what potential health risks it brings to every individual.
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