Fast food and why its good and why its bad (Chapter 7: Big (Sam was 5 foot…
Fast food and why its good and why its bad
Chapter 8: Your Way
A lot of fast food restaurants are opening in foreign countries.
Today restaurants are getting a lot healthier
Chapter 7: Big
Sam was 5 foot 9 and 290 pounds
More than 78 million americans are obese
Chapter 6: Meat
Workers at slaughterhouses have a chance of risking death every day.
The chickens were dipped in a shocking bath and then got their throats slit to make them die.
Chapter 5: Stop The Pop
Schools would have fast food restaurants pop up in their cafeteria at lunch time for ids to buy it.
In 1975 the typical american drank about 27 gallons of soda a year
Chapter 4: The Secret Of The Fries
In 1960 the average american would eat 81 pounds of fresh potatoes and 4 pounds of fries.
When McDonald's switched to vegetable oil, they needed to add chemicals to make the fries taste better.
Chapter 3: McJobs
A lot of fast food workers work a long time and don't get paid as much as they deserve
A lot of fast food is packaged so you don't have to prepare it. That indicates that it is processes a lot.
Chapter 2: The Youngster Buisness
Kids were a big part of the money-making business of fast food restaurants. The kids would see ads on TV, Billboards, Cereal boxes, ETC. The kids would then want it so their parents got it for them.
In a year, the average american kid watches 40,000 ads on TV, half of them are junk food ads such as: soda, breakfast cereals, candy , and fast food.
Chapter 1: The Pioneers
In the 1930s, a lot of drive up restaurants were made. People wouldn't have to get out of their car to eat. Instead, they would order and eat in their car.
Charlie Nagreen invented the hamburger in 1885 by mushing two meatballs between two pieces of bread