McDonald’s is the king of marketing; there seems to be a cult-like following surrounding their “McRib” sandwich. Originally introduced in 1981, McDonald’s made the sandwich a ‘special’ selection menu item available in certain regions at different times. It has come and gone throughout the years, now making a triumphant return at the end of 2013.
Disturbing is the only word to use to describe such a monstrosity, as the “McRib” contains over 70 ingredients for an item that is supposedly compiled from a bun, a barbecue patty, pickles, and onions. In fact the McDonald’s official website is daring enough to list all of the ingredients contained within the franken-creation.
*Taken from the McDonald’s website
MCRIB PORK PATTY
Ingredients: Pork, Water, Salt, Dextrose, Preservatives (BHA, Propyl Gallate, Citric Acid).
The ‘pork’ is restructured meat, meaning that there is no real quality meat involved. Instead they use the disposable…
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