chef Jamie Oliver Hamburger has won his long-fought battle against one of the biggest fast food chains in the world – McDonalds. After Oliver showed how McDonald’s hamburgers are made, the franchise finally announced it will change your prescription, and yet there was barely a hint of this in the mainstream, corporate media. Oliver has repeatedly explained to the public for several years – in documentaries, television shows and interviews – that the fatty parts of beef are “washed” in ammonium hydroxide and used in filling burger. Before this process, according to the presenter, food qualifies for human consumption.
According to the chef and enthusiast hamburger, Jamie Oliver, who has waged a war against the industry of fast food, “Basically, we are taking a product that is sold in the form more cheap dog, and after this process, it is being given to humans. “in addition to the low quality of meat, ammonium hydroxide is harmful to health. Oliver famous coined this the “pink slime process.” “Why would a human being of flesh full of ammonia sensible put in the mouth of your children?” Asked Oliver. In one of his shows colors, Oliver shows children how seeds are made. After selecting the best parts of chicken, residues (fat, skin and internal organs) are processed for these fried foods.
n response to all the bad press that this process has received from Oliver, the company Arcos Dorados, the manager of the McDonalds franchise in Latin America, according to a procedure of this kind is not practiced in his region. The same, it should be noted, the product is applied in Ireland and the United Kingdom, where use meat from local suppliers. In the United States, however, Burger King and Taco Bell had already abandoned the use of ammonia in their products. The food industry uses ammonium hydroxide as an anti-microbial agent in meats, which has allowed McDonald’s to use otherwise “inedible meat.”
Most disturbing of all is the fact that due to awful ammonium hydroxide is considered part of the “component in a production procedure” by the USDA, consumers may not know whether the chemical is in their food. On the official website of McDonald, the company claims that their meat is cheap because, while serving many people every day, who are able to buy from their suppliers at a lower price, and offer the best products quality.
But if “pink slime” was really the “best quality” that can bring together McDonalds in the US, then why were able to do better in Latin America and Europe? More to the point, why they can make it look better now in the United States? These questions still unanswered by the franchise has denied that the decision of
change the recipe is related to Jamie Oliver’s campaign. On the site, McDonald has admitted that have left the meat filling their burger patties.