Fast Food Nation - Study Guide Epilogue: Have it Your Way Summary & Analysis

Eric Schlosser
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There are "holdouts" throughout the western U.S., people who have refused to give in to the speed and efficiency by which fast food is purchased, processed and sold to consumers. Dale Lasater of Colorado has a huge cattle ranch where nature is in charge. Cows are not given steroids or antibiotics, not fattened on expensive grain in feedlots, and are sold as organic, grass-fed beef. He will not turn back the tide of modern beef processing but does his part nevertheless. In Colorado springs, the Conway family runs it Red Top Restaurant in traditional fashion as well. Hamburger is purchased fresh every day from a small local supplier. Potatoes are peeled and cooked fresh. Workers earn a minimum of $10 an hour and have benefits. There are a few other Red Top Restaurants in neighboring towns, but...

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