When A Mc Donald's Happy Meal Shouldn't Look That Happy

As we live in such a fast-paced society with many of us having to eat out or on the go, it's easy to see why fast food continues to sell. Over the years dieticians have warned about the lack of nutritional value in fast food menus. A burger and fries does not constitute adequate vitamins and minerals, but many fast food outlets have incorporated healthier sides like salads and vegan options to stay ahead in the restaurant race. Still, it's interesting to see what happens a basic Happy Meal when left to sit for a period of six years.
When a Mc Donald's Happy Meal shouldn't look that happy

The Mc Donalds Experiment

In the best selling book Fast Food Nation written by Eric Schlosser, some facts about what we eat are startling. Schlosser recounts harrowing tales about how our burgers end up on the frying grill and what animals have to go through to keep up with our supply and insatiable demand for meat. He exposed many hidden truths about animal cruelty sparking controversial debate over whether the food was secured in a humane way. Mc Donalds denied the practices described in the book, and defended their food and sanitary conditions of the workplace.
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