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This Video Shows Exactly How McDonald's McNuggets Are Made
« on: August 12, 2017, 08:54:57 pm »
Despite McDonald's best efforts, you've probably seen a super gross photo of the "pink slime" that allegedly makes up McNuggets. The photos, which were circulated a few years ago, were enough to turn anyone off to chicken nugs forever – it's one of those images that just stays in your mind.

After plenty of debate (and a major PR campaign from Mickey D's) Mythbusters' Grant Imahara went to a Tyson Foods plant to watch how the chicken nuggets are really made, and the video is surprisingly much less disgusting than you'd think. It was filmed back in 2014, but has resurfaced lately along with other questions regarding how processed food is made.

http://www.delish.com/food-news/news/a54849/mcdonalds-mcnuggets-making-of-video/
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Despite McDonald's best efforts, you've probably seen a super gross photo of the "pink slime" that allegedly makes up McNuggets. The photos, which were circulated a few years ago, were enough to turn anyone off to chicken nugs forever – it's one of those images that just stays in your mind.

After plenty of debate (and a major PR campaign from Mickey D's) Mythbusters' Grant Imahara went to a Tyson Foods plant to watch how the chicken nuggets are really made, and the video is surprisingly much less disgusting than you'd think. It was filmed back in 2014, but has resurfaced lately along with other questions regarding how processed food is made.

http://www.delish.com/food-news/news/a54849/mcdonalds-mcnuggets-making-of-video/

The video may be less disgusting than I would have thought but that is not a real good endorsement, you think?

Here is a possible PR campaign :  OUR FOOD IS NOT AS DISGUSTING AS YOU THOUGHT IT WAS !!! 
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