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McDonald’s Finally Admitted: This Is What Their So Called ‘’Burgers’’ Contain! Disgusting

These days, McDonald’s has been the main topic of many rumors. To be precise, the focus was on what they put in their food. It is believed that they use pink slime and mechanically separated meat.

UPDATE 2017: “USDA Approves Horse Slaughterhouse To Produce Meat For Human Consumption

As a respond to these suspicions, the company decided to launch a PR campaign named Our Food. Your Questions. The idea of this campaign was to allow customers to see the process of food preparation. The company refused the accusation that they use pink slime in their burgers. But, there are absolutely other questionable ingredients that they have confirmed using!

For instance, they declared that they are using a chemical additive Azodicarbonamide in their buns. This substance is used for making yoga mats. However, they assure their customers that adding rubber to food is completely safe and it has no harmful consequences.

They also explained that there are different uses for this for this substance, and they gave an example with salt. The salt used for food is not the same as the one used for de-icing the sidewalk. The same is applied for ADA, it has various uses.

This popular company also admitted to using dimethylpolysiloxane in their food, which is an anti-foaming agent in their McNuggets frying oil. However, they still claim that their beef is 100% pure beef meat. In the opinion of the chief brand manager of the company, customers should not jump into conclusions before getting to know them.

Super-Size Me is a great documentary presenting the negative influence of consuming such foods on your health. Just think about it, is it possible that yoga-mat buns are really harmless?

UPDATE 2017: “USDA Approves Horse Slaughterhouse To Produce Meat For Human Consumption

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  1. J

    December 5, 2016 at 6:21 am

    In foods, it is used as a bleaching agent; it makes the bread whiter by reacting with the cartonene that occurs naturally in the flour. It also improves flour strength, which improves the dough’s ability to retain gas and makes the bread more elastic. It is also used in baked goods, rice, chewing gum, flour and grains. According to Huffington Post, Subway, McDonald’s, Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Starbucks, Arby’s and Dunkin’ Donuts, and others use the substance as an ingredient.

    NBC News reports the following specific uses:

    “McDonald’s: regular bun, bakery style bun, bagel and English muffin, Big Mac bun and sesame seed bun.
    Burger King: specialty buns, artisan-style bun, sesame seed bun, croissant, English muffin, home-style Caesar croutons and French toast sticks.
    Wendy’s: bagel, premium toasted bun, sandwich bun and panini bread
    Arby’s: croissant, French toast sticks, harvest wheat bun, honey wheat bread, marble rye bread, mini bun, onion bread and sesame seed bun
    Jack in the Box: bakery style bun, jumbo bun, croissant, grilled sourdough bread and regular bun
    Chick-fil-A: chargrilled chicken sandwich, chicken salad sandwich, and chargrilled chicken club sandwich
    Burger King, Chick-fil-A, Wendy’s, Arby’s and Jack in the Box did not respond to multiple attempts for comment.”
    Starbucks butter croissants and chocolate croissants contain azodicarbonamide.

    Read more at http://www.ehso.com/Azodicarbonamide_In_Bread.htm#JJcH1EUGFsRKIr1R.99

  2. The Gent

    January 1, 2017 at 4:09 am

    They say they use only “100% Pure Beef”. Ok, but having grown up in cattle country (Nebraska) I can tell you that the meat scraped from the face of the cow is, indeed, “100% pure beef meat.” You’ll notice they don’t say they use 100% USDA Approved Grade A Beef….

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