Growing menace of fast food consumption in India: time to act

@article{Keshari2016GrowingMO,
  title={Growing menace of fast food consumption in India: time to act},
  author={Priya Keshari and C. P. Mishra},
  journal={International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health},
  year={2016},
  volume={3},
  pages={1355-1362}
}
India’s impressive economic growth in previous decades and more inclusive growth recent years have not only resulted in steadily increasing income but it brought socio cultural transformation. In this process globalization and increasing urbanization contributed immensely. India with rich heritage of foods and recipes had the tradition of preparing foods by deep frying in fats. This situation is getting complicated by emerging fast food culture in all sections of society primarily due to their… Expand

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