McDonald’s: Here’s what a McRib is really made of

McDonald’s (MCD) has lifted the curtain on the McRib, one of its most popular limited-time offerings, in a new video aimed at boosting transparency at the fast food giant.

As part of McDonald’s ongoing effort to dispel myths about its food, the company invited a high school teacher who’d tweeted disparagingly about the sandwich to join Grant Imahara, former star of the TV show “MythBusters,” to see what goes into the boneless barbecue pork sandwich.

“Someone sent me a picture of what I thought was a McRib, and I put ‘Wow’ with a bunch of Os and Ws, and that looked disgusting,” said the teacher, Wes Bellamy, in the video. “And I was encouraging everyone to never eat anything from McDonald’s again.”

First, the pair check out the raw McRib meat-chunks of boneless pork picnic, which Imahara points out doesn’t contain bones or gristle.

Read More Here :

McDonald’s: Here’s what a McRib is really made of – Yahoo7 Finance Australia.

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