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Chew on This - "Your Way"
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world so that cities look similar, creating a
“McWorld”. page 236
-In 1999 Chinese protesters were destroying
american fast food restaurants (McDonalds, KFC, etc)
but no Pizza Huts were destroyed. Someone suggested this was
because they might have thought it was Italian. 239
-Germany was the first country in the EU to make changes that
guarantee animal rights to its constitution due to the spread of
mad cow disease from meat packaging plants. pg 244
-In Latin America, the 100 Meters Program is aiming to make sure
that in urban areas no one has to walk more than 100 meters
without finding somewhere that sells coke. pg 237
-McDonalds is focusing more on preteens (Ronald McDonald is
fit and active) and teens. pg 246 Reflection -"Fast Food Industry Analysis 2012 â Cost & Trends." Fast Food Industry Analysis 2012. Franchise Help, n.d. Web. 25 Nov. 2012
-Salisbury, Peter. "The Globalization of “Fast Food”. Behind the Brand: McDonald’s." The Globalization of âFast Foodâ. Behind the Brand: McDonald's. Global Research, 16 June 2011. Web. 21 Nov. 2012.
-Schlosser, Eric and Charles Wilson. Chew On This: Everything You Don't Want To Know About Fast Food. Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America: Houghton Mifflin, 2006. Print. Stephen, Youness, Erin, Marianna Chew on This Global Research Chew on This Burger King and other fast-food chains opened at U. S. military bases in Iraq in 2003.
It is very hard to ship food to those fast-food stores - by airplane, truck, through dangerous roads, etc.
In 1991, McDonalds had less than 4,000 restaurants overseas. Now it has 18,000 restaurants in 120 different countries outside the U. S.
KFC and McDonalds make the majority of their profit overseas.
People in third-world countries view fast-food restaurants as signs of American freedom.
Coca-Cola and other soda companies are also trying to expand overseas.
Anti-American attacks often occur at fast-food stores overseas, like in China or in Russia.
These attacks have risen to such a scale that they need to build their stores out of bombproof walls and bulletproof windows.
The Mad Cow Disease caused many consumers to be outraged and boycott buying fast food and beef products in general when it was exposed in the 1980s.
After Britain and other countries placed a ban on Mad Cow Disease-infected beef, McDonald’s cracked down on food safety. McDonald’s has 32,000 stores in 117 countries, and employs 1.7 million people.
In Q1 2011, McDonald’s made $1.2 billion in profits.
Sales declined in the early 2000s and prompted some franchises to be shut down. This caused McDonald’s to rethink its operation to be more eco-friendly and ethical.
McDonalds has also imposed a ban on genetically modified grain fed to the animals that it buys.
McDonalds has also worked with suppliers to make sure they are as energy efficient as possible.
Ex. Researching how to turn its waste into energy
On the other hand, McDonald’s buys its chicken from two companies who are known for mishandling of chickens. McDonalds has 32,000 stores in 117 countries, and employs 1.7 million people.
The article talks more about McDonalds striving to become a better company.
This article said that McDonalds rethought company strategy after sales declined in the early 2000s (20 years after BSE was discovered)
The article talks about the good things McDonalds is currently doing to be more energy efficient and ethical.
The article ends by talking about how McDonald's could improve, like by not buying chicken from companies which have a better reputation. McDonald's has 18,000 restaurants in 120 countries outside the U. S.
The book talks more about how people in other countries are rising up against fast food companies.
The book talked about BSE (mad cow disease).
This book said that McDonalds rethought company strategy (food safety and other things) after protests/boycotts over BSE.
The chapter ended with examples of boycotting fast food. Global Research MLA Citations Our chapter was about globalization of fast food, protests to the unhealthiness of fast food and how to take action. "Your Way" talks about how what is happening in other companies affects companies like McDonalds. It also shows some stories that indicate changes for the better in the fast food industry, and how we can make a difference. We liked how the author doesn't say eat this or don't eat this, but instead informs us about it all and leaves it up to us to decide based upon our own "well-informed" decisions.
As for collaboration, our group worked well by going on whenever we could and getting as much done as possible. That strategy worked because we split the project into parts, and each person took care of their assigned part and helped the others if they'd finished their part to the satisfaction of the rest of the group. Some things that could have gone better would be that there was a slight lack of communication, and what ended up happening was that some people had to do more work than others because they were limited by various factors (time, technology, etc.) The fairness of the distribution of work was slightly lopsided too--after the first day we should have taken into account the limitations and redistributed the work load according. Something that we should each work on as individuals is approaching the group member that is having difficulty and help them to complete their task instead of just completely taking it over, so that they can both learn from the experience. Overall, we thought that we did a good job on organizing and being well prepared for the presentation in addition to keeping the presentation interesting for the chapter "Your Way". Our chapter
-how to take action and make a difference
-how what's happening in other countries is affecting the fast food industry
-individual stories about how fast food is improving due to protests against how unhealthy it is
-we liked how the author doesn't say what we should and shouln't eat, just gives us the information to make the decision ourselves
What we did
-split up the project
-approval from the rest of the group
Improvements for next time
-lack of communication
-limitations such as time and technology hindered some people
-somewhat unfair distribution of work The effects on one anti-america riot.