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The Happy Meal: Fast Food's Greatest Invention

The Happy Meal: Fast Food's Greatest Invention | menus enfants fast-food France | Scoop.it
Of all the fast food gimmickry in the world, the Happy Meal is the greatest.

Other fast food chains tried to be clever and baroque with the name of their products. Arby's Horsey Sauce, for instance -- a mix of horseradish and mayonnaise. Cute food w...
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Bigger, Stronger, Faster Food

Bigger, Stronger, Faster Food | menus enfants fast-food France | Scoop.it
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Pour ou contre les menus XL dans les fast-foods ?

Pour ou contre les menus XL dans les fast-foods ? | menus enfants fast-food France | Scoop.it
Et si mes paroles te choquent tu m'en vois désolée mais moi ce qui me choque c'est de lire que Mac Do est meilleur que tous les plats traditionnels. ...
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Débat: Pour ou contre le fast-food pour les enfants - La rubrique d'Elsa - FORUM Les Maternelles

Débat: Pour ou contre le fast-food pour les enfants - La rubrique d'Elsa - FORUM Les Maternelles | menus enfants fast-food France | Scoop.it
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Ca se passe très bien chez McDonald’s - Le Baby Blog - Doctissimo

Ca se passe très bien chez McDonald’s - Le Baby Blog - Doctissimo | menus enfants fast-food France | Scoop.it
Le groupe américain a annoncé le 26 janvier 2009 qu'il était en bénéfice net de 80%. Pour l'année 2008, le bénéfice net annuel s'élève à 4 milliards 3 de dollars. La crise ne passe donc pas par...
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Fast-food diet 'linked to asthma'

Fast-food diet 'linked to asthma' | menus enfants fast-food France | Scoop.it
Eating fast food three times a week may lead to asthma and eczema in children, say researchers who have looked at global disease and dietary patterns.

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Lampton Economics's curator insight, February 13, 2014 4:18 AM

NP- This article shows the negative effects on children of eating fast food which is a de-merit good. The negative externalities of eating fast food for children are not only getting asthma and eczema but also obesity and many heart problems. However, is the goverment really doing anything to combat this epidemic? If there is tax on alcohol and tobacco then surely there should be a tax on fast food in order for it to be more expensive because at the moment you can buy a burger and fries for under £3. This is clearly a sign of government failure.

Lampton Economics's comment, February 13, 2014 12:45 PM
This article is great as it clearly displays a de-merit good which is having a major adverse effect on children consuming it, there are also negative externailites of consumption such as asthma which is higlighted in the article. - Kunwarpreet Kapoor
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Best & Worst Restaurants for Healthy Kids’ Meals

Best & Worst Restaurants for Healthy Kids’ Meals | menus enfants fast-food France | Scoop.it
Subway's menu fared best in a new evaluation of nutrition in kids' meals

 Nine restaurants, including McDonald’s (MCD), Carl’s Jr., and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen (AFCE), had zero options that met standards.

“Restaurants just aren’t making significant changes to the kids menu yet.” Many meals come with soda or deep fried foods.

Subway, which already markets itself as a diet-friendly chain, emerged as the winner: All of its kids’ meals met both CSPI and NRA standards.  Other chains that fared above average: IHOP (DIN), Red Lobster (DRI),Burger King (BKW), Arby’s, Chick-fil-A, Denny’s (DENN), Bob Evans (BOBE), and LongHorn Steakhouse (DRI).

Of the 50 chains, Olive Garden (DRI) had the greatest number of possible kids’ meal combinations, with a whopping 780, including different variations of pastas, sauces, toppings, and sides. About 1 percent of these, or 10 different meal combos met CSPI standards.


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Seth Bilazarian, MD's curator insight, April 1, 2013 12:05 PM

Apple slices do not a healthy kids’ meal make, especially if they come with fried chicken and a soda. In an analysis of children’s meals at 50 large chain restaurants, the Center for Science in the Public Interest found that 97 percent of the possible kids’ meal combos failed to meet its nutrition standards for children’s meals;