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Hamburgers, French Fries, Cola

E.j. Ybarra

on 1 February 2013

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Hamburgers Coca-Cola French Fries McDonalds French Fries Will Look The Same Two Years After You Buy Them. It takes 7.5 gallons of water to grow a single potato. Each Potato Needs A Half Square Foot Of Soil 1/8th teaspoons of salt are in every serving of french fries. Unhealthy Foods &
The Impact On The Environment. McDonalds Cheeseburger Grain Grain grows on land in Nebraska. It is planted and then harvested by huge combines which use one cup of fuel to make your cheeseburger. The burger you eat is grown on 2 square feet
of land. Every burger causes 1.25 pounds of
topsoil to be lost. Beef The beef for your burger is raised
from birth by a farmer in
Colorado. It takes 616 gallons of water to make a single Burger The cattle is raised from birth on a farm in Colorado. The beef is then taken to a processing plant where it is slaughtered to make your patty Grain The bun for your burger grew on two square feet of soil in Nebraska The beef for your burger was feed with
wheat grown on six square feet of soil
in Nebraska. It took one cup of gas to harvest the wheat to make your burger. Cheese Your cheese took 56 gallons of water
to produce The cheese was made using cow milk whcich provided most of the calcium for your burger. The first Coca Cola was invented by John Pemberton in 1886. Coca Cola was named “Coca Cola” because the ingredients was used in medicine, Coca leaves and Kola seeds. Frank M. Robinson, is credited with naming the beverage "Coca-Cola" as well as designing the trademarked, distinct script, still used today. In 1894 Joseph Biedenharn installed bottling machinery in the rear of his Mississippi soda fountain, becoming the first to put Coca-Cola in bottles. The contoured Coca-Cola bottle was trademarked in 1977. The first two countries to bottle 'Coca-Cola' after it was introduced in the United States were Cuba and Panama. Coca-Cola was first green . Coca-Cola means “to make mouth happy” in Chinese. Sources : http://www.worldofcoca-cola.com/coca-colahistory.htm http://www.ideafinder.com/history/inventions/cocacola.htm Carbonated water Carbonated water is made out of plain water mixed with
carbon dioxide gas. Color (caramel 150d) Health concerns
with this
ingredients are
tooth decay
and may also
reduce fertility. Brown food coloring and
flavoring made by heating
a sugar. (usually corn syrup) Some health
concerns with
this ingredient are
that it may contain
amonium compounds,
may affect stomach,
and cuases
hyperactivity. Caffeine Caffeine is a bitter white crystalline alkaloid that
is a psychoactive stimulant drug. Health affects of this ingredient
are that it is addictive, may cause
headaches/migraines, heart disease, and depression. corn syrup Corn starch is processed
into corn syrup and then
treated with enzymes to
to convert glucose into
fructose. Health concerns linked to this ingredient are
increased risk of tooth decay, abnormal weight gain, kidney stones, colon cancer, and diabetes. Phosphoric Acid Phosphoric Acid is a colorless, odorless solution made from phosphate rock. Some of the health concerns related to this ingredient are
calcium loss in bones, and tooth erosion. It is also an eye,
skin, throat, nose, and respiratory irritant. The salt added to your fries comes from Louisiana Potato's used for McDonalds fries are imported from Idaho The water use to water each potato's is from a fresh water source which waste water A diesel-powered harvester is use to collect each potato, and transport them.
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