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Fast food chains collectively spend about $3 billion annually on television advertising, most of it directed at children.
Debate: Discuss the evidence that fast food contains high levels of fat and sodium, and sometimes dangerous bacteria.
The market is categorized into the following segments: Global Fast Food Market by Type The different types of fast food covered under this research study are defined as follows: Burger/Sandwich Pizza/Pasta Chicken Asian/Latin American Food Sea-Food Others (Snacks, Mexican etc) Global Fast Food Market by Distribution Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) Street Vendors Others Global Fast Food Market by Geography
Emerging countries such as India, China and Brazil are some of the fast growing markets for fast food and are expected to experience double digit growth in the forecasted period.
We condemn litterers for dropping this fast food litter in the first place but also believe the results have pertinent messages for the fast food industry.
It examines in detail the demographics, lifestyle, media consumption and cellphone and Internet usage of the Fast Food segment, making it a vital reference report for anyone wanting to understand this market.
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION CHAPTER 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CHAPTER 3 FAST FOOD MARKET - INDUSTRY ANALYSIS CHAPTER 4 FAST FOOD - PRODUCT SEGMENT ANALYSIS CHAPTER 5 COMPANY PROFILES For more information visit http://www.
However, the study also found that table service diners are more likely to reduce their food consumption during the rest of the day than are those eating at fast food restaurants, most likely because of the difference in energy density.
We're providing a lot more than fuel, which is what I'd call fast food.
It, too, is less than 100 percent whole wheat, but considering the cotton-puff buns most fast food sandwiches are served on, it's a milestone.
The global market for fast food observed much of its early expansion in North America, the region where the foundations of the market were laid and where fast food is still very popular.