McDonald’s Invites Customers to Ask the Hard Questions
Did it ever cross your mind that the perfectly round white glob on an Egg McMuffin might not be an egg? In its natural state, we observe that food comes in different shapes and sizes. The uniform quality of fast food can seem a little suspicious to some and even downright creepy.
As part of a recent media campaign to show customers that the food they sell is actually real, McDonald's Canada is allowing people to post their burning questions online. "Ever wanted to ask us about the food in our Canadian restaurants? Now's your chance! We'll answer any questions about out food-even the tough ones-then post a personal reply…." promises the webpage "Our Food. Your Questions."
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McDonald's lovers and skeptics alike have jumped on the opportunity to get right down to the nitty gritty with queries like, "Why doesn't a McDonald's burger rot?" (Short answer: it dries out). Other curious souls have asked:
Question: Does your Egg McMuffin use real eggs? They look too perfect.