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All about fast food.

Filip Simic

on 19 October 2015

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Transcript of FAST FOOD

Tips and advices
Fast Food
Advantages / Disadvantages
Interesting facts
Hamburger can easily contain meat from up to 100 different cows
Did you know that the first 100 people who go to a new Chick-Fil-A when it opens get a free meal every week for a year
About two new Starbucks have opened every day since 1987
In a study it was found the average fast food consumer ingests around 12 pubic hairs a year
Our milkshakes can easily contain over 50 different kinds of chemicals
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Who was the first to start fast food companies?
What is Fast Food?
Fast food refers to food that can be prepared and served quickly. Fast food restaurants usually have a walk up counter and/or drive-thru window where you order and pick up your food without having to wait long. They’re popular because they serve delicious food.
Let's travel back to the ' 90s
where the most companies
were made.
One of the many founding fathers of food industry are Carl Karcher, Harland Sanders and Ray Kroc. Ray Kroc found the modern day fast food joint known as McDonalds. KFC was founded by Harland Sanders. Carl Karcher was founder of the Carl's Jr. hamburger chain.
These men developed the foundation that allowed fast food restaurants to be what they are today.
Founding fathers
More fattening
Save time
Save money
Lower quality food
Many various effects:
Heart disease
Type 2 diabetes
Liver damage
Lack of essential nutrients
High blood pressure
Irregular timing of eating
Loss of appetite
Very accessible
Interesting facts
about fast food
Try to keep your entire meal to 500 calories or less
Choose wisely!
You're afraid that french fries are stale? Ask for an unsalted french fries, workers will make new, fresh batch. You can salt it after, just the way you like it
Pickles, onions, lettuce, tomato, mustard and catsup add flavor without the fat
Opt for foods that are lower in fat and higher in protein and fiber
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