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Slow food VS Fast food

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Olivia Jackson

on 11 September 2014

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Slow food VS Fast food
By Olivia Jackson
What is Fast Food?
Factory Farming Fact:
Factory Farming Fact:
Factory Farming Facts:
What is Slow Food:
Free Range Farming:
Free range farming is when animals are given rights to do there own thing and are not treated cruelly. There are not caged but very small spaces, but is given a paddock to roam around in. Animals are not injected with chemicals to make them fatter and grow faster than their average growing rate. They are not overfed or are given an unsafe lifestyle.
Farming:
I believe that slow food is better than fast food, but other people might think differently. I think slow food is better because it is more nutritious but also because it benefits our society because of Carbon emissions, as well as cutting down the number of animals being treated badly in factory farms. Some people might think differently and say that fast food is better because its cheaper, delicious, convenient as it is in the majority of fast food chains, eg. Macca's, KCF, etc. and quick and easy to eat and get. but people don't realise the process as mentioned in the facts before. It is full of chemicals and additives.
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What is fast food? According to the Oxford Dictionary, the definition of fast food is:
Easily prepared processed food served in snack bars and restaurants as a quick meal or to be taken away.
When people eat fast food, it means that we are eating processed foods and ingredients that are grown unhealthily and made for the purpose of snack bars and restaurants and to be eaten as a quick meal or to be taken away. Fast foods have no nutritional benefit. Fast food produce is grown in factory farms which is not good for our environment or animals.




2 in 3 farm animals in the world are now factory farmed
Egg-laying hens are sometimes starved for up to 14 days, exposed to changing light patterns and given no water in order to shock their bodies into molting. It’s common for 5% to 10% of hens to die during the forced molting process.
Factory farming is the number 1 cause of animal cruelty today.
Chickens naturally live up to 12 years, but in factory farms, chickens that are bred for meat only live for 6 weeks.
Factory farms produce the waste of a small city, with the pollution threatening fish, people and the Earth.

Factory farms, are farms in reverse. They
waste/use
more food than they
produce.
What is slow food? According to the Oxford Dictionary, the definition of slow food is:
Food that is produced or prepared in accordance with local culinary traditions, typically using high-quality locally sourced ingredients.

When people eat slow food, it means that we are eating produce that is grown fairly and safely. This means that food is not factory farmed or caged.





Agricultural farming may be the worlds largest producer of Carbon dioxide emissions but it is mainly cause by factory farms. Free range farming is a key factor to a healthy lifestyle for humans and animals, but also is a key ingredient to slow food production.
Here's a short video on factory farming!
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