Fast food has become an increasingly popular indulgence, and it’s not uncommon for consumers to be hungry after hours of eating.
It is therefore no surprise that Australians are increasingly taking advantage of a service called the Fast Food Fairy to help them stay satisfied for longer.
“We all know we’re always hungry after we eat and it can make it hard to eat,” says Dr. Sarah Aydin, a nutritionist and associate professor at the University of Queensland.
“Our fast food fairy is a way to help us keep the appetite and hunger at bay for a bit longer.”
The Fast Food Fair is a free, online service where people can get their food fix in a variety of ways.
The Fairy uses a combination of technology and a variety in real-time to help people stay full and satisfied, while also giving them the best possible nutrition.
The service was developed in partnership with fast food giants such as Burger King, McDonalds, Wendy’s, KFC and Pizza Hut.
It uses a virtual kiosk where consumers can order a menu with their favorite items, then a digital display shows the menu, a countdown timer and an indicator of how much they’ve eaten.
The display also indicates the number of calories, grams of fat, sodium, saturated fat and trans fats per serving, along with the daily amount.
A person can choose from four different flavours of ice cream and ice cream sandwiches.
The Fair is currently available in Australia and New Zealand, and is expected to expand in the coming months.
The Fast-Food Fairy is a combination service and service that offers food in the comfort of their own home.
“It’s a way of managing our hunger and staying motivated to eat, and we really like that it’s all free,” says Aydins’ husband, Dr. James.
“You can choose to order with a digital screen, or in person at your convenience.
It’s a great way to eat in your own home.”
In Australia, there are two different types of Fast Food Fantasies.
The first is a service where customers order the meal online, and then have the food delivered to their home.
It can be done online or over the phone.
The second type is a delivery service where consumers order a specific item from a menu and then a virtual vending machine delivers the food to their front door.
“The idea behind the Fast-Free Fairy is to help Australians stay full for longer,” says James.
Aydis’ fast food restaurant in Melbourne.
Photo: Supplied “It is a great service to have and is an amazing way to keep the diet in check for longer.”
Dr. Alastair Denniss, who runs the nutrition department at Melbourne’s St Vincent’s Hospital, is also a member of the Fast Fast Fairy, and has been using it to help his patients manage their food cravings for more than a decade.
“I have been using this service for quite a while,” he says.
“People with a busy schedule tend to crave a lot of different things and this service can help them keep a consistent diet for longer periods of time.”
“It really is a very effective service,” he adds.
The FFTF has also been developed as a way for Australian hospitals to reduce the health care bill for their patients.
Dr. Ayrin says the technology is an ideal way to do this because it helps hospitals to focus on their patients’ health needs.
“Hospitals are often the biggest consumers of food in their community,” she says.
In addition, fast food companies use it to advertise their products to their customers, which allows them to get a good return on their investment.
“These companies are using this as a marketing tool because the faster they can get people to eat their food, the better their profits,” she explains.
“They can also increase the sales of their products in their local market.”
While the Fast Free Fairy is free, the company has also launched a $20 annual subscription for its Fast Food Fan Club.
“This service allows people to sign up for the FFTFreeFairy service and get their fast food fix online, delivered to the home, delivered via the Virtual Café, delivered by a Virtual vending machine, and delivered via a Virtual Kitchen,” the company states.
“In return, they will get to watch their fast-food intake tracked for as long as they want.”
The virtual kitchen service is currently only available in Melbourne and the ACT, but Aydinis plans to expand the service across the country in the future.