Literature Review of Fast Food Industry

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With today’s hectic lifestyles, timesaving products are increasingly in demand. Perhaps one of the most obvious examples is fast food. Today the demand for the, hectic lifestyles, timesaving products are increasingly. Obliviously one of the example is Fast Food Industry. The rate of growth in consumer expenditures on fast food has led most other segments of the food-away-from home market for much of the last two decades. Since 1982, there is growth rate in consumer spending at fast food. The consumers spent at fast food outlets grew at an annually he proportion of away-from-home food expenditures on fast food also increased. Ref: , Causes and Consequences of Fast Food Sales Growth, Mark D. Jekanowski, January-April 1999

Everyone eats Fast Food even knowing that it is not healthy for them. Reasons are because of speed, convenience and price. However, fast food has many hidden costs, including the high price of bad health. Not to mention the fact that for such cheap food, you're actually being overcharged by a big amount. So the real reason is not price, but convenience. You can get much cheaper food by cooking for yourself, but you are not always at home to do the cooking, or you do not always feel like cooking. POSTED ON 09/07/2007

Now People want quick and convenient meals they do not want to spend a lot of time preparing meals, traveling to pick up meals or waiting for meals in restaurants. That result, consumers rely on fast food. Knowing this fast food providers are coming up with new ways to market their products that save time for consumers. The rapid rate at which the fast food industry continues to add outlets is as much a reflection of consumer demand for convenience as it is a reflection of demand for fast food itself. Expanding the number of outlets increases accessibility, thus making it more...
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