Current Issues in Hospitality

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In this report I am going to research how healthy eating affects the hospitality industry. I will use a number of different research methods to see how much my issue has changed the industry. I will also state why I chose this issue and will justify my reason for my topic. Within this report I will describe the 7 different types of research I will use; •Intervention

Non-intervention
Action research
Primary sources of information
Secondary sources of information
Qualitative data
Quantative data

And in depth state the advantages and disadvantages of these different research methods.

Healthy Eating
In the recent decade it has come to the country’s attention that our nation is getting obese and getting obese younger, so the government has made it there key priority to get the nation eating healthy. One of the biggest ways they were able to do this is to tackle the main source, the hospitality industry. The hospitality industry supplies food to schools, hospitals, organisations and many more as well as supermarkets and restaurants. The government came down very hard on the hospitality industry to stop the fast food nation and get us to eat healthier; they tried to do this in many ways such as •TV adverts

TV programs
Posters
Public speakers
Celebrity speakers
I chose my topic as healthy eating because I think it has had a major impact on the hospitality industry, the industry has had to change in almost every detail to accompany the new healthy eating regulations and it hasn’t only affected the big companies but also the small family run businesses. It is such a large issue that affects almost every caterer out there.

Intervention
Intervention is when you intervene within the research you are carrying out. You get involved within the group so you understand what its like to be within the group and get a feel for it. However when doing this your results could be bias or affected...
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