Fast food or processed foods at convenience stores, for example, causes harm to the development of adolescents due to its high-fat levels.

Is this sentence grammatically correct ?

The verb causes should follow fast food subject or processed food or both?

  • I would say from convenience stores, but why mention them at all? Such food is equally unhealthy if bought from a supermarket or a takeaway outlet! Apr 28 at 8:58

The phrase fast food or processed foods make up a noun phrase, which is the subject. The verb follows the entire subject.
The phrase causes harm to could be replaced by harms.

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