Increased Demand of Fast Food Restaurants That Effects Obesity Rates

By: Jatinder Attri   Ali Yousefi  

Fast food is the term given to food that can be prepared and served rapidly in the entire world. The widespread availability of fast food restaurants is an important determinant of obesity rates. The fast food influences the research findings for understanding the consumer along with the pattern of choice. This paper provides the extensive survey of fast food restaurants in the geographical region of Australia and its impacts on human health. The basic objective of our research is to analyses the experience of the customer related to the fast food restaurant. This consists of the total casual and fine-dining restaurants which are preferred by the customers regularly. The research also explores the real obstacles that prevent the customers from taking fast foods. The quantitative survey approach is carried out in this paper that’s explains the customer satisfaction about the fast food restaurants and its effects.

Obesity, Fast Food
Food, Nutrition, and Health
Paper Presentation in a Themed Session

Jatinder Attri

Student, Department of Business and Accounting, Holmes Institute Melbourne, Australia

Ali Yousefi

Professor, Holmes Institute Melbourne, Australia