McDonald’s Shakes Contain WHAT! The Disgusting Truth Exposed.
Whether we like it or not, for most of us, fast food is part of our lives.
Millions of fast food meals are served every day, and keeping the food clean and safe can be a daunting task.
We can only hope that the restaurants we eat at are in line with the health department rules and regulations.
So what about those soft serve ice cream and shake machines? Well, some employees have come forward to say, “They don’t clean the machines.”
With fast food restaurants hiring 15-year-olds with work permits, and young adults with no ambition, cleaning the shake machines can sometimes be a hit or miss.
That leaves many customers with potential health hazards every time they order a soft serve treat.
McDonald’s has come under fire for many years with accusations of using styrofoam fillers, plastic, bird feathers and even cow eyeballs in their shakes.
But the real safety hazard, is in the levels of bacteria that lay hidden inside the machines.
In some tests, the level of bacteria found contained a significant bacterial load to present a “hygiene risk.”
And, it’s not just the inside of the machines that harbor these bad germs. All of the sugar filled plastic tubing inside the ice cream machines can feed several thousand colonies of bad bacteria.
The inside of the machines have found to be dirtier than toilet water 70% of the time.
Now, this disgusting truth is not just centered around McDonald’s. This can be found in any ice cream machine, in any fast food restaurant you choose.
These studies also shake the misconception that freezing temperatures destroy bad germs.
On the contrary, these bad germs fester in these low temperature locations.
So what do you plan to have for dessert tonight?