File Name: importance of nutrition education in catering and fast food business .zip
This research work is based on the nutritional aspect of foods in catering and fast food outlets. It is important to acquaint consumers with nutrition issues, problems of malnutrition, nutrient content of meal etc. What to take at right time. The absence of Nutrition Education or adequate information about fast food Nutrition in the past was what prevented people from knowing how much fat or calories they were consuming.
In recent years, there has been a gradual increase in the proportion of food which is eaten away from home. This is causing concern because much of this food does not conform to the recognized dietary recommendations. Although there have been a number of interesting innovations in the catering industry, the general position is far from satisfactory. Kirk, D. Report bugs here. Please share your general feedback.
The fast pace of life today, combined with easy access to fast food and high exposure to fast food advertising and marketing, means fast foods are often chosen over foods that are prepared at home. Fast foods are often higher in fat, sugar and calories. Evidence from the United States and Canada has found fast food consumption and outlet density is associated with obesity, diabetes, heart problems and mortality. Defining fast food or take-away food outlets can be difficult. Much of the research and policy in this area only considers individual foods.
It is important to acquaint consumers with nutrition issues, problems of malnutrition, nutrient content of meal etc. Hence, there is the need to educate consumers of products from catering and fast food business.
Food service is a dominant segment of the hospitality industry that represents a significant proportion of the economy. Food service is also a significant employer. It is estimated that over one million food service establishments exist in the U.