B3-IT Roll No.1306196
FAST OR JUNK FOOD
Under the guidance of
3.Fact and Figures
4.Why Fast Food?
5.Danger of Fast Food
6.Adoption of healthy food
This is just the beginning.....
1872: Walter Scott of Providence, RI outfitted a horse-
drawn lunch wagon with a simple kitchen, bringing hot
dinners to workers
The major fast food chains in India are KFC, McDonalds, Subway, Pizza
Hut, and Dominos. These chains provide mostly western products.
However most Indians prefer the local cuisine such as
samosas, panipuri, pav Bhaji etc.
Major emerging food chains include Haldiram's and Café Coffee Day.
fact and figures
In 2012, the global fast food market grew by 4.8% and
reached a value of £102.4 billion and a volume of 80.3 billion
transactions. In India alone the fast food industry is
growing by 41% a year.
Many petrol/gas stations have convenience stores which sell pre-packaged
sandwiches, doughnuts, and hot food. Many gas stations in the United
States and Europe also sell frozen foods and have microwaves on the
premises in which to prepare them and the same trend is now spreading
rapidly in India.
Trans fat is the common name for unsaturated fat with trans-isomer(E-isomer) fatty acid(s).
Because the term describes the configuration of a double carbon–carbon bond, trans fats are
sometimes monounsaturated or polyunsaturated, but never saturated.
Trans fats occur during the processing of polyunsaturated fatty acids in food production. In
the vegetable and animal kingdoms, fatty acids generally have cis (as opposed to trans)
Of Fast food chains have come under criticism over concerns ranging
from claimed negative health effects, alleged animal cruelty, cases of
worker exploitation, and claims of cultural degradation via shifts in
people's eating patterns away from traditional foods.
2006: McDonald's cuts back on the amount
of trans fat by 48 percent on french fries
2010: Arby's begins elimination of trans fat
oils in french food