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What Are Chicken Nuggets Made Of?

What Are Chicken Nuggets Made Of?

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McDonald’s Uses Worm Meat Fillers But Can Legally Call It 100% Beef - NY Meta McDonald’s Uses Worm Meat Fillers But Can Legally Call It 100% Beef. Large companies have been the subject of rumors that they substitute unusual or unethical substances in their products, usually to decrease costs. McDonald’s is not immune to such claims. McDonald’s has been accused of using everything from worms to cow eyeballs in its burgers. Dating far back to at least 1978, there have been rumors that McDonald’s restaurants use earthworms in their hamburgers. The fact that McDonald’s uses cow eyeballs and worm fillers does not stop them from legally using the claim that they served 100% beef. Chicken Nuggets Are Made Of This Pink Goop This is mechanically separated chicken. Chickens are turned into this goop so we can create delicious chicken nuggets and juicy chicken patties. It's obscenely gross and borderline alien but it's not going to stop me from eating nuggets. They're too good. The process works a little something like this:

CGMandalas Charles Gilchrist Mandalas (13 Galleries) For Our Patrons Convenience We are now accepting cash, E-check and credit card payments through PayPal. Why is Big Food Promoting Death on Their Packages? By Truthstream Media It was bad enough when it was just nutritionally void, genetically modified, and filled with dangerous additives and other excitotoxic and potentially carcinogenic chemicals... but now we're literally going to shape our food like little Satan heads and label it "demons" too? Are we that utterly disconnected?

PHOTO: Pre-Chicken Nugget Meat Paste, AKA Mechanically Separated Poultry [Updated] The photo above [SEE UPDATE BELOW] has been extensively passed around recently, and for good reason: it's a peek into the rarely-seen world of mechanically separated meat. Fooducate writes: Someone figured out in the 1960s that meat processors can eek out a few more percent of profit from chickens, turkeys, pigs, and cows by scraping the bones 100% clean of meat. This is done by machines, not humans, by passing bones leftover after the initial cutting through a high pressure sieve.

McDonald’s Japan Probes Tooth in Fries, Cargill Nuggets - Bloomberg Business (Bloomberg) -- McDonald’s Corp.’s Japan business said today a human tooth was found in fries, and plastics in chicken nuggets and sundae, in a series of food-safety issues that happened in the past six months. The affected nuggets, supplied by Cargill Inc.’s Thai unit, were sold at two outlets in Japan, including one in Tokyo, according to spokesman Takashi Hasegawa. The fast-food chain is seeking new nugget suppliers including in Brazil, Hidehito Hishinuma, a director at the company, said at a briefing held in Tokyo today. “We have already begun an investigation into this matter,” Bruce Blakeman, Singapore-based vice president of corporate affairs for Cargill Asia Pacific, said in an e-mailed statement. Cargill, based in Minneapolis, will work closely with McDonald’s as its investigation progresses, he said. The company doesn’t plan to halt production and sale of the food items after plastic objects were found in chicken nuggets, Hishinuma said.

Domino’s, McDonald’s, & Wendy’s Are All Feeding You A Chemical Used In Silly Putty Source: www.collective-evolution.com | Original Post Date: January 26, 2014 – Polydimethylsiloxane, sounds tasty doesn’t it? Domino’s Pizza, McDonald’s, and Wendy’s think it is at least. The chemical has been stirring up some discussion recently due to its appearance in fast-food menu items. Chick-fil-A proudly offers chicken with MSG and toxic chemicals (NaturalHealth365) If you’ve ever seen Chick-fil-A’s advertisements or billboards, you’ll find a clever and cute message enticing you to eat more chicken all the while insinuating that beef is bad for you. They also offer low calorie, low carb, and low fat meals touting their use of “fresh, quality ingredients.” In 2014, the restaurant chain announced they would work with suppliers over the next several years to remove antibiotics in their chicken supply. According to the public statement, they have already converted more than 20 percent of their poultry supply.

Subway restaurants exposed for using toxic ingredients (NaturalHealth365) As one of the largest fast food chains, Subway Restaurants is working effortlessly to make an impact with the lives of people around the world as they campaign to “eat fresh.” With more than 37,000 locations around the world and nearly 30 million Facebook fans, they have become the leading choice for people seeking quick and nutritious meals that the whole family can enjoy. But are their delicious and made-to-order sandwiches truly “fresh?” Their ingredients say otherwise. While this super food chain has made efforts in reducing or eliminating some harmful ingredients, they are still serving foods with toxic chemicals that make people sick.

The 4 Worst Fast Food ‘Ingredients’ They Don’t Tell You About by Anthony GucciardiNatural Society From breast implant chemicals to laxatives Remember back when Burger King was found to be secretly selling horse meat? It sounded concerning at the time, but the reality is that horse meat may be the least of your worries when it comes to dining out on fast food. Top 20 Dangerous Foods You Absolutely Must Avoid Photo credit: bigstock Everyone knows the foods that are healthy and those that are not, right? Yet, there are still a lot of those foods on the store shelves that are being advertised as the “healthy option”, but really are far for being a decent choice. In fact, some of the worst offenders are filled with ingredients that, on top of being unhealthy, keep those inches on your waistline and won’t let you take off those extra pounds.

Junk Food Encoded in Children's DNA and Beyond New study ponders impact of Western food and GMOs on posterity's genes... Heather CallaghanActivist Post Through the emerging information from epigenetics - the study of environmental exposure on genes - it becomes apparent that we are not the body equivalent to Las Vegas. What happens to us doesn't stay with us - it moves on.

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