Yuck! McDonald’s Finally Admits What’s In Their Burgers!


For the first time in the history McDonald’s decided to show the world how exactly there products are made and what’s inside the food that many people consume.

Since there had been a lot of speculations about what they put in their burgers and the negative publicity made by the documentary show “Super-Size Me” directed by and starring Morgan Spurlock, an American independent filmmaker triggered many question.


All of this pressure seems to have finally yielded results and McDonald’s decided to reveal the recipe they use to make the famous burgers and trust us it’s nothing as delicious as you think.

As a response to the mounting criticism, McDonald’s decided to launch a PR campaign called ““Our Food. Your Questions.”” to give customers an unprecedented look at exactly how their food is made. The company denies they use “pink slime” in their burgers, they have admitted using a chemical additive azodicarbonamide in their buns. If you’’re hearing the term azodicarbonamide for the first time, it’s actually chemical compound used in manufacturing of yoga mats.

They added that using this type of rubber in food products is totally safe.

“There are varied uses for azodicarbonamide, including in some non-food products, such as yoga mats. As a result, some people have suggested our food contains rubber or plastic, or that the ingredient is unsafe. It’’s simply not the case. Think of salt: the salt you use in your food at home is a variation of the salt you may use to de-ice your sidewalk.

The same is true of ADA it can be used in different ways.”

They also admit the usage of dimethylpolysiloxane as an anti-foaming agent in their McNugget frying oil. The patties on the other hand are 100 % beef there are no added chemicals whatsoever.

This video below is very important as it is the first time in history the McDonald’s’ food production has been video recorded.

Source: Super Tasty Recipes

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