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    French fries shouldn't be served in school cafeteria Without a doubt, French fries are one of America's favorite food and a huge part of the fast-food chain. French fries may seem the least of all evils when perusing a restaurant menu but what people may or may not know is that a medium order of fries has 365 calories along with 17 grams of fat which equals 26% of your daily value and 10% of the upper limit you should eat in a day. Haven't you ever asked yourself where do French fries come from?

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    The urbanization of America during the 1950s and 1960s introduced a disruption within the community where individuals were removed from their traditional ideas of socialization and relied more on associates, technological advances and mechanisms including the media, to establish their identity. Americans in the 1950s lived in a period where consumer values were a major part of the economy and culture. The dynamic economy provided more leisure and income as Americans were confident, enjoying their

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    Potato Chips History

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    Potato chips are extremely common in most countries around the world, those except third world countries becauses they do not have the technology to mass produce potato chips. In America it is the number one snack and has been for many many years now. Basics of the history of potato chips are when they were made, who was the inventor, where were they invented, and a summary on how the advanced to be one of the world 's most common snacks. Potato chips are the second most eaten thing in the world

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    Acrylamide Foods to Avoid and The Best Secrets Do you like your food cooked within an inch of its life? I’m not just referring to steak, either. I’m talking dark brown toast, crunchy fries, grilled kebabs black on the edges and mush in the middle. Many people like their food cooked “well-done”. Recently, I was revisiting the benefits of going raw, as knowledge on such topics grows quickly in the Internet Age. That’s when I came across something called acrylamide. I had heard of this before, but

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    behind McDonald’s , Burger King, and other fast food restaurants you might eat on a regular basis. Fast Food Nation contains a detailed description of how these restaurants got started and what is inside those pre-heated hamburger, burrito, and french fries you are holding in your hand. Fast Food Nation is a well written (a bit boring) detailed book that may make you avoid fast food for a while. Fast food had been a part of our economy since 1919, some may even argue fast food created our economy

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    Do you ever think about the lasting effects that Mcdonald's is doing to your body? Mcdonald's food is damaging your body because of all the unhealthy calories and salt that is causing obesity in America . I had one very important question about Mcdonald’s and that would be “ What is the food doing to our body?” Now of course the obvious answer most people would say is “ its making us fat” ( or not )well it might be doing a bit more. The Big Mac for example, there most popular burger is one of

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    me just in time to see the axe being swung toward my arm. I moved just in time. Through the grass and up the steps I ran, and slammed the door short. The fry began to chop at my door in a fierceful manner. I did the only thing I could do, I opened the refrigerator door, took out the ketchup and sprayed it all over the floor. When the fry finally broke the door down, it was amazed at the sight of red all over the lenoleom floor. It was so happy, it started to skate on it, swooshing back and forth

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    Why The Fries Taste Good: Where Our Food Comes From In Eric Schlosser’s short academic article, “Why The Fires Taste Good,” he wrote about a man called J.R. Simplot and his life growing up (2001). J.R. Simplot was born in 1909 in a small town called Dubuque, Iowa (Schlosser, 2001). While growing up Simplot did not attend high school, as he dropped out at the age of fifteen (Schlosser, 2001). After dropping out and no longer continuing his education, Simplot started exploring investments. He was curious

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    many different ways, it was originally a tomato, and it’s my favorite condiment. Ketchup isn’t only used on hamburger and hot dogs. It can be used in meatloaf, black bean burgers, spaghetti, or to make certain dishes have flavor. You can dip french fries, onion rings, and mozzarella sticks into ketchup. There are so many ways to use ketchup. Also, it can be used to create salad dressings like thousand island and russian dressings. Ketchup hasn’t always been made out of tomatoes. People used to

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    Chipotle Mexican Grill

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    Chipotle Mexican Grill has become a giant in the world of fast food/sit down restaurants with its unique food and its incorporated supply chain, with over 1,900 locations. As a focal point the restaurant has emphasized its ability to include quality ingredients from local producers on their available menu. Some of these ingredients include fresh vegetables, herbs, spices and naturally raised meat. They have used local sourcing for most of these products but have still used certain big name countrywide

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    coming in. He also mentions the high rates of teenagers working for Fast Food restaurants with little wages and that it distracts them from their education. Schlosser starts a new part of the book where he talks about the food. He starts with the French fries and how it is made by flavor industries and that it puts a lot of potato farmers out of work because of the small number of buyers exerting power over a large number of sellers, a market he describes as “oligopsony”. Schlosser then talks about

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    King (BK) is an American global chain of hamburger fast food restaurants. Headquartered in the unincorporated area of Miami-Dade County, Florida, the company was founded in 1953. Burger King 's menu has expanded from a basic offering of burgers, French fries, sodas, and milkshakes to a larger and more diverse set of products. In 1957, the "Whopper" became the first major addition to the menu, and it has become Burger King 's signature product since. As of September 30, 2016, Burger King reported it

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    My Immigration Experience

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    Rajvir Bhullar, my dad, was 22 years old when he came to America. In India, it is very common to send the oldest kid abroad, so my grandparents made the heavy decision to send my dad. My dad, not knowing much, agreed with their decision. After getting his visa, he booked a flight and traveled 19 hours to the other side of the world. He had absolutely no idea what he would encounter in America, but he was up for the challenge. He was up to encounter all the obstacles to achieve the goal of living

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    McDonald’s is the largest and best-known global food service retailer with more than 30,000 restaurants in 121 countries, and best-known global food service. The first McDonald's restaurant was opened in 1954. McDonald’s outstanding brand recognition, experienced management, high quality food, advanced operational systems and unique global infrastructure has ensured that they will be the first to capitalize on any opportunity. However, to remain on top, any business needs to operate ethically and

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    MacDonald's is one of biggest fast food restaurants chain in the world which is established on may 1940. Burger is the main food that the company provides with it is different kinds and sizes, French fries, Breakfasts, Drinks, Milk and sweets, Ice creams, and Healthy food such as Salad. MacDonald's is Trading company it is main objective is to gain profits, which is have more than 30,000 local restaurants in 121 countries, and more than 465,000 employees. Political Environment American politics

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    columnist Joanna Weiss and it emphasizes one of the famous McDonald’s food package Happy Meals. Starting from 1979 until today it has made a great impact on children especially. Happy Meal is a box or package of fast foods like cheeseburger, hamburger, French fries or drinks including toys.

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    Quote:  “This is a rat eat rat, dog eat dog, I’ll kill ‘em,, and I’m going to kill ‘em before they kill me. You’re talking about the American way of the survival of the fittest.” (38)     Significance: The significance of this quote is explaining how Ray Kroc, the founder of McDonald’s got his company to where it is today. The whole first two chapters are devoted to explaining to us how he got to where he is today. Kroc grew up on a farm in Chicago where it wasn’t a “rat eat rat and dog eat dog”

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    The term McDonalization was first coined by the Sociologist George Ritzer in 1996 in his book “The McDonaldization of Society.” In the book Ritzer analyzes a big business model that Ray Kroc started in United States in 1955 with his first McDonalds restaurant, and whom model has been and continues spreading out to all the branches of the society’s life around the world. The success of this business model relays in four main principles, as Ritzer points out in his book: efficiency, calculability,

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    McDonald’s is the largest fast food restaurant chain in the United States and represent the largest restaurant company in the world, both in terms of customer served and revenue generated. In 2014 IBISWorld market research estimated MCD held an 18.6 % of market share of the entire global fast food industry; Burger King in at just 4.6%. Under franchising visionary Ray Kroc, McDonald 's became the world 's premier food brand by selling the rights to operate a McDonald 's store. With this model, MCD

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    The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is actually "a trilogy in five parts" and the first book’s name is the same as the whole trilogy’s: The Hitchhiker 's Guide to the Galaxy. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is a science fiction parody. The other books are called The Restaurant at the End of the Universe; Life, The Universe and Everything; So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish and Mostly Harmless. Originally it was a radio show broadcasted on BBC Radio. Its creator Douglas Adams wrote the first

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