McDonald’s USA to drop the use of “pink-slime” in their burgers

McDonald’s has finally gave in to the pressure of the Health regulatory body in the United States as they’ve decided to drop the use of what is known as “pink slime” or leftover beef in their burgers.

The fastfood joint has been using beef leftover cuts combined with ammonium hydroxide to convert the former into beef filler for burgers.

McDonald’s senior director of quality systems Todd Bacon states that this is part of the move by the fastfood giant to align themselves with the increasing standards in health globally.

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