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Evaluating the Market for Fast Food in Vietnam

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´╗┐Table of Contents 1. Understand the concept Fast Food Restaurants 1.1 Define Fast Food Restaurants 1.2 Enumerate and discuss various Fast Food Restaurants available in Danang. Discuss how the government supports these restaurant chains. 2. Be able to use the concepts of Fast Food Restaurants 2.1 Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of Fast Food Restaurants Advantages Disavantages 2.2 Propose different ways to improve Fast Food Restaurants in Danang 1. Understand the concept Fast Food Restaurants 1.1 Define Fast Food Restaurants * A fast food restaurant is understood as a quick service restaurant within the industry. It is common in the world and even in Vietnam. It is a specific type of restaurant is characterized by its fast foods and by minimal table service. The food at the restaurant is supplied from limited menu .The food is served quickly in a short time. Besides the Food can be pre-ordered at restaurant. * Fast food restaurant are often chains. Fast food restaurants are often developed from numerous locations operation under the same upper management. Some of the fast food restaurant in Vietnam's most successful. Such as Lotteria, KFC, Buger king and so on. ...read more.

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However, in Vietnam, this is nearly imposible because there are no bank lending a huge of money without a mortgage. Therefore, the government should give a policies to support the investors about the capital. In addition, the big issue that people take care of is hygiene and food safety problem. Government should set up the hygiene and food safe standard for all fast food restaurent in order to make the truth for customers. 2. Be able to use the concepts of Fast Food Restaurants 2.1 Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of Fast Food Restaurants Advantages * Saving time The most obvious reason is because fast food is good, fast. Food served is within reach. They are available everywhere and at any time of day. Food is generally prepared in a few minutes and you may be on your way. There are a lot of people living in a hurry and have a lot of work to do. In this case, it's hard to find time to cook a meal. They would not want to wait for a large amount of time to get their hands on some food. ...read more.

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Or add a fruit bowl or a fruit and yogurt option to your meal. Other healthy choices include apple or orange slices, corn on the cob, steamed rice, or baked potato chips. * Go green Serve an entree salad with grilled chicken, shrimp or vegetables with fat-free or low-fat dressing on the side, rather than regular salad dressing, which can have 100 to 200 calories a packet. Watch out for high-calorie salads, such as those with deep-fried shells or those topped with breaded chicken or other fried toppings. Also skip extras, such as cheese, bacon bits and croutons, which quickly increase your calorie count. * Opt for grilled items Fried and breaded foods, such as crispy chicken sandwiches and breaded fish fillets, are high in fat and calories.serve grilled or roasted lean meats ? such as turkey or chicken breast, lean ham, or lean roast beef. * Watch what you drink Many beverages are high in calories. For example, a large regular soda (32 ounces, or 946 milliliters) has about 300 calories. Instead, order diet soda, water, unsweetened iced tea, sparkling water or mineral water. Also, skip the shakes and other ice cream drinks. Large shakes can contain more than 800 calories and all of your saturated fat allotment for the day. ...read more.

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