Based on the food diary I kept, it is seen that a large percentage of my food is produced in Canada. This is most probably due to the fact that my diet doesn’t consist of much variety from day to day, and it is mostly processed fast food. Assuming the average Canadian diet is like mine, I would say that Canadians are local global consumers. However, it would not be accurate to say that most Canadians share the same diet as me. In my perspective, a persons diet depends on the lifestyle that they live. It can vary depending on whether they are working or going to school, whether they have time to cook a full meal or only a five-minute microwavable meal. It also depends on their health choices; some people may not wish to consume processed fast food meals everyday while others don’t mind it.
A person’s diet can also depend greatly on their culture and whether or not they choose to follow their culture. Culture can alter an individuals diet based on where they come from; this results in Canadians of different cultures having completely different diets. For example, a western diet is completely different compared to an East Indian diet. Although east Indians are citizens of Canada, they will still prefer their