Fast food came about the American culture to help aid a busy lifestyle. It is insanely convenient, insanely cheap, and insanely unhealthy. In fact, Two of every three Americans are considered to be overweight or obese. Studies have shown that over the past four decades, consumption of food eaten away from home has also risen alarmingly Domestically. However, thanks to globalization, fast food is being eaten all over the world.The first understand the topic at hand; you need to understand globalization. By definition, globalization is the process by which businesses or other organizations develop international influence or start operating on an international scale. I know globalization has significantly helped are Technologies to evolve, you need to understand that globalization is all about money. Is McDonald’s going to have restaurants overseas as well as domestically, then they are going to be doing very well financially? What are some of the effects of globalization of food? Well, some major companies that establish themselves in foreign countries have very adverse effects on the local area. For example, Coca-Cola uses to operate 58 water-intensive bottling plants in India. In the southern Indian village of Plachimada in Kerala state, Hot persistent routes that dry up underground water and local Wells. Forcing many residents to rely on Water Supplies dropped in Daily by the government. However, what little water Plachimada had, Coca-Cola would take it. This led to many protests, and local government was revoking Coca-Cola’s license to operate. Many people may not have the resources to support a fast food chain. So what’s the solution to this? Shipping, which has a very adverse effect on the environment. Is this ethical? Populations in many other countries are continuing to grow fatter at an alarming rate, however, and many nutrition experts say the U.S. is fueling the “globesity” epidemic by exporting the worst of its eating and exercise habits to once-healthy foreign cultures. Health experts say the result has been obesity epidemics sprouting up everywhere from China to Qatar. That oil-rich nations tiny native population of 250,000 has been experiencing skyrocketing obesity rates — expected to shoot from 45 percent now to nearly 70 percent in five years — as cars have made the population more sedentary and fast food and home deliveries have replaced home cooking. As of July 1st, 2017 the United States of America is the most obese country in the world, with a leading export being obesity. In conclusion, fast food affects many foreign countries. It is a health epidemic, that is dominated by Americans and will soon dominate the globe. Many of these fast food chains are not suitable for the local and global environment.