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Chew On This: Everything You Don't Want To Know about Fast Food

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Transcript of Chew On This: Everything You Don't Want To Know about Fast Food

Chew On This;
Everything You Don't want
to know about
Fast Food Eric Schlosser
&
Charles Wilson Chapters, Pages, and Publication: Summary; Summary: Fact You Didn't Know; Personal Opinion; Audience; Summary: All about Fast Food; Purpose; Chapters:
The Pioneers
The Youngster Business
McJobs
The Secret of Fries
Stop the Pop
Meat
Big
Your Way McDonald's is the most popular fast food chain in the world! There was about 1,000 McDonald's restaurants in 1968, now there are about 31,000 all around the world. McDonald's buys more processed foods than any other place. Although is not like the great food you get from home, it is still a largely favored place. You may think its all fresh and delicious, but is it the truth? Marketing will do anything to get the product to sell. They do commercials and bribes, but really, what is the food? Almost all is processed and left frozen until time to cook. Almost like what you can do at home, right? Except, you can buy your food for home FRESH. Even though its delicious and fast, take time to think about what you're really eating. What you're really doing to your body and health. This book was really interesting to me. It's something almost anybody who eats fast food or works with fast food can relate to. It also made me take another minute to think about what and where I should eat. I thought it was entertaining, yet informative at the same time. I think anyone who enjoys fast food should read it. This book was intended for anyone who eats fast food or works at a fast food restaurant. Though, it is aimed for teenage years and older because that is about the time you begin working and understanding more. This book was written to inform about fast food restaurants and the foods they serve. To make you second guess and take a bit longer to think about what you're buying, what you're eating, and who is working back there and what are they going through. Not only to inform you of the bad things, but to inform of the good qualities as well. It gives you the option to know and choose. Pages:
304 pages of
artery clogging goodness. Date of Publication:
2006 Have you ever thought about where your delicious fast food comes from? Or how it was made? Did you know you're eating frozen foods just like you could make from your own home? Not only that, but did you ever stop to think about the working conditions some people have to go through? There's a lot of questions to ask and the answers are right in this book. Many stories of teenagers and people not getting treated fairly at work, of the way food is prepared, and how it all began. If you want to read something real, something that really involves you and will involve you when you begin working, read Chew On This. Fast Food Works Cited; Schlosser Eric & Wilson Charles. Chew On This: Everything You Don't Want to Know About Fast Food. Boston. Houghton Mifflin, 2006. Print. Pictures; Retrieved at www.frontpotchrepublic.com
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