FOOD MILES ASSIGNMENT 2
Ona daily basis, I frequently consume fast food, as well as soda. A dayrarely ends before I eat fries, burger, and drink soda. The fast foodI take is mostly comprised of ingredients such as cheese, tomato,lettuce, and potatoes. All ingredients utilized in cooking the fastfoods come from somewhere, and they take a journey before arriving atthe restaurants. Most cheese comes from Wisconsin where it isprocessed, and it takes about 30 miles before it reaches therestaurants where it is cooked. Ingredients such as tomato mostlycome from the state of California where it takes 50 miles before itarrives in the market. The tomato produced in California comprises oftomatoes that are later processed to juice, as well as sauce. Forfifty miles, the tomato is transported from the farms to the marketwhere it is sold to restaurant owners who process it into sauce to beused together with fast foods such as fries.
Anothercommon ingredient in the fast food I take is lettuce, which mostlyoriginates from the state of California. Lettuce takes about 50 milesto reach the restaurant that prepares the fast food I take. Potatoesalso form another major ingredient used in cooking the fast food Itake. Potatoes are mostly used to prepare fries, and most of thesepotatoes come from the state of Minnesota. It takes about 20 milesfor the potatoes to arrive in the restaurants that cook the fast foodI take. As an estimation, the food I consume takes about 150 milesbefore it reaches the food outlet where I buy it. The food has tocover all these miles before I consume it.