gic of fast food development, the present labour practices in this side of the food industry, as well as the associated agribusiness and deficient federal regulatory policies. These findings even include issues on health, local and international advertising, and the approach to fast food as a utility that can be maneuvered to attract consumers.
.Moreover, counter evidences further proved the hazards of fast food which has chiefly blinded people’s perspective on being affordable, convenient, and capable of sustaining the economy via mass employment of mediocre workers from among immigrants and youth sector. In his findings, Schlosser rationalizes how the rate of consumption of fast food must be discouraged due to the ugly truth about the poor quality of methods and sanitation in both meatpacking and agribusiness. The reliability of the research proceeds to the degree of discussing several aspects of fast food industry especially the high risks posed by the lack of state and federal regulations on proper meat inspection and working condition safety.
Somehow, Schlosser’s research and findings are startling to a certain extent that it makes me reflect about my recent and current fast food intake, thinking of the possibilities I can acquire a life-threatening disease out of eating unclean food.