What the Heck Are McDonald’s Fries Made Of???

Does McDonald’s use real potatoes? Why do the fries always taste so good? Are they mashed and formed in a mold? There are a lot of questions about McDonald’s  fries so this guy is going to investigate their fry making process in his own way. Watch and discover how McDonald’s makes their World Famous Fries.

Now, this video was posted on the McDonald’s youtube channel… So, it is sponsored by them… Just a heads up…

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9 Responses to What the Heck Are McDonald’s Fries Made Of???

  1. Reblogged this on The Oasis of Good Things and commented:

    Does McDonald’s use real potatoes? Why do the fries always taste so good? Are they mashed and formed in a mold? There are a lot of questions about McDonald’s fries so this guy is going to investigate their fry making process in his own way. 32 more words

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  2. Verna says:

    I wanted to see how all those potatoes are peeled so nicely..

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  3. Christine Walters says:

    So the additives were sugar and something else. Phosphorus or something right? I think the second additive is a preservative. Is this the case? I know cancer loves acidity which sugar is. As for the other additive, what health concerns are there?

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  4. Fred Salter says:

    The potatoes always seem to be long. What happens with all of the waste? I eat a lot at “In and Out” burgers here in California. They make their fries from scratch but they always have a lot of real short fries in the mix. Left to chance I am sure that is going to happen. Not with McDonald’s Fries. They are all long. What gives?

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    • Angela says:

      Fred, I’ve worked for Simplot for 4 years. Where we made Mac Fries. So I can tell you the potatoes are sent through a peeler. The peels are sent to cattle feed. After any bad spots are cut off from workers the potatoes are sent through a sizer, small potatoes fall through and the size they want for what ever restaurant is sent through the slicers. Waste water is used in the fields along with other waste from the process line. It is high in nutrients. The rest of the video is right.

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  5. somaraed says:

    thanks for this answer.. it helpful
    it good to know where your food come from and how it is >> 🙂

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  6. Jean says:

    they didn’t show how they are peeled….I was just curious.

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  7. Karyn says:

    Yummy real potatoes!

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  8. Naz Harem says:

    I have never eaten fast food, I do not recommend consuption of these messes. Be aware of your healh. You did not pay for it yes, but after starting to to, you will make a huge invest on it 😉 KEEP DOING , WELL DONE IDIOTS.

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