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Cheeseburgers from McDonalds does not deteriorate over the years

Cheeseburgers from McDonalds does not deteriorate over the years

One Canadian mother, Melanie Hesketh from Windsor, Ontario, decided to show my children that McDonalds - it's bad. Woman decided to act on the obvious example. She just put it on the kitchen table cheeseburger - and that was enough.

The fact that a cheeseburger, which is already a year on the kitchen table, it looks like new. It does not form any mold or mildew, no larvae. Apparently, even bacteria refuse to eat food on a daily basis to buy millions of people around the world. According to Melanie, who, incidentally, is a professional nutritionist at the Center for occupational health and safety of Windsor, changes occurred only with the patty, which is slightly decreased. Stale bun, but the cheese was perfectly kept. Even in this form all the ingredients look quite edible. Cheeseburger still has a faint smell of oil.
Melanie ploy worked: her children are never came into the fast-food restaurants since then, both on their kitchen table, eternal moved cheeseburger.

Cheeseburgers from McDonalds does not deteriorate over the years
A professional nutritionist Melanie Hesketh links the "persistence" cheeseburger with an astronomical amount of salt and preservatives, which includes fast food. If the food does not deteriorate during the year, how much good will from her body? McDonalds company posted on its website a response that says: "Despite some of the myths, we only use this meat." Network of fast food restaurants says that all meat products that are used in Canada, McDonalds, tested organization CFIA. "We do not use additives or fillers. The meat is sprinkled with just salt and pepper in the cooking process, "- said representatives of McDonalds.
However, company representatives declined to comment, what is the secret of "eternal cheeseburger," if there are no preservatives.


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