Dramatic changes in food consumption, and profound public concern about health and obesity elucidated that there is a certain considerable need for research to understand better the attributes or strategies driven by fast food centers in Pakistan.
Literature Review About Fast Food Literature Review About Fast Food 11 November Fastfood Moreover, proximity to future fast food restaurants is uncorrelated with current obesityand weight gain, conditional on current proximity to fast food.
The implied effects of fast-food oncaloric intake are at least one order of magnitude smaller for mothers, which suggests that they areless constrained by travel costs than school children. The study shows that policies restricting accessto fast food near schools could have significant effects on obesity among school children, but similar policies restricting the availability of fast food in residential areas are unlikely to have large effectson adults.
This study investigates the health consequences of proximity to fast food for two vulnerable groups: The focus on very close distances and the presence of a large arrayof controls alleviates issues of endogenous fast-food placement.
The results point to a significanteffect of proximity to fast food restaurant on the risk of obesity.
Specifically, They show that the presence of a fast food restaurant within a tenth of a mile of a school is associated with at least a 5. Consistentwith highly non-linear transportation costs, they do not find evidence of an effect at. The effect for pregnant women is quantitatively smaller and more linear in distance.
Theyfind that a fast food restaurant within a tenth of a mile of a residence results in a 4.
This effect is reduced to a 2. 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.
Sincethere is growth rate inconsumer 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. 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. So the real reason is not price, butconvenience.
You can get much cheaper food by cooking for yourself, but you are notalways at home to do the cooking, or you do not always feel like cooking.
Consumer perception about fast food in India: They feel homemade food is much better than food served atfast food outlets.
They have the highest value for taste and quality nutritional values followed by ambience and hygiene. Further, consumers feel that fast food outlets must provideadditional information on nutritional values and hygiene conditions insidekitchen.
There is need tocommunicate the information about hygiene and nutrition value of fastfood which will help in building trust in the food provided by fast food players. SudershanPratima Rao and Kalpagam Polasa: With growing international trade, food safety has emerged as animportant global issue.
The present research was an attempt to study thefood safety research in India in the past ten years during Many studies were focused on detection of pathogenic microorganisms,adulterants and contaminants in food. However, there is a striking paucityof reliable data on important issues like evaluation of risks throughadulterants, additives and contaminants.
Consequently, the protection of diets from these hazards must be considered one of the essential publichealth functions of any country, which emphasizes the need for total dietstudies. MethodologyThe status of food safety research in India was reviewed by assessing data published in journals,websites and published data from universities in the form of doctoraltheses and dissertations atthe post-graduate level.
For this, literature for the years wasreviewed. The studies that wereincluded for this review were those with a representative sample size andcarried out by scholarsstudying in well-reputed universities, doctoral theses, original researcharticles in peer reviewed journals, annual reports of research organizations and institutions.
Qualitative reviews werereviewed in similar topics and the results were tabulated and compared toget a better understanding of the research carried out in these issues. The findings of the selected studies have been discussed under thefollowingtopics:Food choice variables have been explored using literature reviews.
The subject scope of the paper covers fast food sector development and trends that are foundation for increasing consumption and leading to the social dilemma of Health deterioration as increasing Global obesity.
LITERATURE REVIEW FAST FOOD INDUSTRY IN INDIA - J Nutr Educ Behav 41— Health Place 33— In Los Angeles, USA, areas with a high population of immigrants lacking acculturation were associated with.
LITERATURE REVIEW FAST FOOD INDUSTRY IN INDIA. service restaurant (QSR) industry, also known as the fast food industry, consists of a large variety of restaurant types, including but not limited to ice cream parlors, .
CONSUMER PERCEPTIONS OF THE FAST FOOD INDUSTRY IN SWEDEN. A QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH STUDY by Aytan Mammadli A thesis is submitted to Graduate faculty of. REVIEW OF LITERATURE OF FAST FOOD INDUSTRY. ACCORDING TO AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF WINE ECONOISTS STUDY, The Effect of Fast Food Restaurants on Obesity,(January ): ABSTRACT: This Study investigate the health consequences of changes in the supply of fast food using the exact geographical location of fast food 3/5(9).
Purpose – The purpose of this case study is to explore and study the determinants (demographics and psychographics) impacting consumers food choice towards fast food in India.