In order to generate the maximum income from newer markets, foreign investors now try to flood the market with goods that totally replace the need for locally made products or services.Thus while encouraging habit of unhealthy eating and an over reliance on ready made goods (the justification for which by most people is lack of time to prepare the food which is absurd considering the amount of time people spend on social networking sites which has made facebook a booming business today); they also attack the livelihood of the people which forms the premise of the economy of the country.
Technological advancements in the food industry have had adverse impacts on the agricultural industry in America, had a radical impact on the average American diet and have increased the incidences of obesity, diabetes and other lifestyle diseases. The question of Human Rights explained with the help of the Universalism School of thought Technological advancements in the food industry that claim to have bettered the lives of people and are cited as examples of an evolutionary and progressive society however has also raised the issue of human rights.
(Weber, 2009) The same is the case halfway across the globe where Bangladeshi workers work for companies such as Wal Mart for wages as low as per month.
(Alam, 2010) This can be viewed from the framework of universalism.
Non domestic economic actors thus in association with legislation through domestic actors play a vital role in the spread of industrial modernity across the globe.
Thus although industrial modernity has given the liberty to most nations to give up their over reliance on nature for sustainability, it has also implanted the disease of unhealthy eating.