Fast Food Nation

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Stephanie Mrs. Sharma
English 28/#1352
April 25, 2013
Essay 1
Fast Food Nation For many years, I consumed fast food. My experiences with fast food like Carl’s j.r., Burger King and Wendys for an example has leaded me to struggle with my weight my entire life. At the time being, I was not fully aware of the consequence of eating it just as some people in society today do not realize what kind of harm it causes your body. I use to find fast food rewarding because you did not have to prepare your food yourself on the contrary you would buy it prepared, it makes it easy to give in and just buy fast food not thinking of the harm it will cause your body. Today I am a vegetarian and I feel great, I try not to eat fast food instead I cook my own meal for myself, because I am aware that fast food is very unhealthy I try to advise others to do the same. Although the fast food industry has a huge global presence, it takes advantage of its employees, the food served is not healthy, and lastly franchisees are treated unfairly. Employees who work at fast food restaurants like those for instant, McDonald’s workers are exploited. Therefore, they are not allow to have overtime, have no medical benefits, and are fired for trying to organize a union and their safely violations are violated. The United States fast food industries has a work force dominated mostly by teenagers, because of their youthful inexperience makes them easier to control and are pay less. It gives fast food companies an enormous amount of power over their employees. McDonald’s has been stated as “one of the most anti-union companies on the planet,” even though groups of teenagers had to try to unionize a McDonalds now and then, but have never succeed until today. It is stated “mangers made sure workers avoid any overtime...
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