Thank you for this and other amazing posts that I always share!
Concerning this special post, I agree with everything you wrote and share your worries an opinions.
The fast food Industry uses any advertising tricks to appeal to consumers‘ desire sometimes even using the image of the same foods but cooked differently (as a potentially more healthy if prepared properly).
About this subject I may mention as an example the announcement by a popular network of Fast-food: “Now you and your children can eat in our stores a hamburger cooked in a very healthy way…”.
Well for a start we can see that we have a problem that keeps and that they have not changed: the quality of the products they use and their preparation. After me and focusing on a subject that is specifically related to me. Showing the food being grilled with flames are saying they are doing it the wrong and detrimental way that they could use for grilling.To understand and learn about it you can check my posts about that subject. Some of the links are:
Just reading and watching the videos you will learn why, the way they do and advertise should keep consumers away.
If you want to keep learning about this subject and what we have to solve the problems of grilling including our Food service market solution, keep reading our posts and check our Website about the HEALTHY GRILL USA project at
The fast-food industry looks at children and adolescents as a very vital target market force. Because of this, the youth are targeted aggressively by food advertisers. The primary objective of food advertising to children is to push particular brands purchase among youth. I feel that establishing an environment where children age healthy should be on the United State’s list of priorities. After researching food advertising targeted towards the youth, it is apparent that current food advertising is a barrier rather than a bridge to good health for the next generation. It is understood that advertising is based on the power of suggestion, but is the food industry going too far when advertising to Children? Do Children really have the capacity to measure nutritional value and understand how the unhealthy food that is advertised will affect them in the future? All of these questions are indeed debatable, but it is our…
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