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Children cant drive to these fast food places or pay

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ages of all people. Children can’t drive to these fast food places or pay for their food so these fast food places must attract adults as well. Adults and older teens have a more disposable income than a child. Adults apart of the baby boomers and Generation X are more educated so their more likely to know that fast food is not good for them whereas children just see the fun advertisements and are drawn to it. Social trends: Health and Wellness concerns has a negative affect on fast food places due to the fact their food is not healthy for people. Fast food has been known to serve processed foods that link to cancers. This can discourage many from wanting to eat their food. On the other hand, there are few people that don’t care what they eat as long as it taste good. Fast food is great tasting and very addicting to these people. Time poor also is a huge influence on fast food places. So many people are too busy to sit down and eat in a restaurant so drive-thrus are the perfect alternative. Fast and easy rather than sitting down and waiting for a chef to cook your food.
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Technology Now a days, kiosk are making their way into the fast food chains. This can be a positive and a negative. Positive because fast food chains won’t have to pay someone hourly wages anymore. They’ll save a ton of money. All consumers have to do is go up to the kiosk, choose what food they want to order and then wait.
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  • Spring '13
  • Sipos
  • Microeconomics, Generation Y, Fast food restaurant, Hamburger

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