Thursday, August 18, 2016

McDonald's changes menu, moving towards healthier options ‪#‎McDFoodChanges‬ ‪#‎NewMcNuggets‬ #ad

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McDonald's has set out to improve the quality and nutritional value of some of their food items. They will be revamping their Chicken McNuggets and have made a commitment to only serve chicken not treated with antibiotics important to human medicine.

Also, the breakfast menu will see changes. Pork sausage patties and omelet-style eggs (presently served on McGriddles, Bagel and Biscuit breakfast sandwiches), as well as scrambled eggs on its breakfast platters  will now have no artificial preservatives.

A great change, in my opinion, is that the buns used on the majority of the McDonald's burgers, will no longer contain high fructose corn syrup. 
McDonald’s Director of Culinary Innovation and Registered Dietitian, Jessica Foust, prepares McDonald’s iconic Egg McMuffin sandwich using a fresh Grade A egg and real butter at a food event on Monday, Aug. 1, 2016, at McDonald’s headquarters in Oak Brook, Il




There are many other changes in the menu and they are all positive. My boys love McDonald's, though we don't have it very often. It's important that even when we are eating out, that I can let them enjoy their favorite fun meal without the guilt.

We look forward to seeing if we can taste the changes that are being implemented. I wonder if my kids will notice?

Mike Andres, president, McDonald’s USA, announces the company has fulfilled its commitment to serve chicken not treated with antibiotics important to human medicine nearly a year ahead of schedule at a food event on Monday, Aug. 1, 2016, at McDonald’s headquarters in Oak Brook, Ill.

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