‘Zitten er gemalen ogen en lippen in McDonalds hamburgers?’ Een leerzame video

McDonalds heeft het moeilijk in het hart van zijn doelgroep: twintigers. De twijfel welk dubieus dierlijk afval in de hamburger zit speelt daarin zeker mee. Het bedrijf koos voor een onverwachte aanval. Mythbuster – maker Grant Imahara werd gevraagd een video te maken over waaruit het vlees van McDonalds werkelijk bestaat.

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  1. Windows 8

    Cow eyeballs

    One belief is that McDonald’s uses cow eyeballs in its products, permitting it to brand them as “100% beef”.[3] However, the USDA mandates that all beef by-products, including cow eyeballs, be appropriately labeled. McDonald’s, has asserted that its products contain “100% pure USDA inspected beef; no additives, no fillers, no extenders.” In addition, cow eyeballs are actually more expensive than the more commonly eaten cow parts, due to demand from scientific institutions for experiments.[4]

    A related claim is that McDonald’s buys its meat from a company called “100% beef”, making it possible for McDonald’s to call beef by-products and soy products “100% beef
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McDonald%27s_urban_legends#Cow_eyeballs

  2. Twan

    Liever ogen en lippen in mijn vlees als chemicaliën en antibiotica, maarja dat zal er dan nog wel extra inzitten.

  3. Windows 8

    alsof zo’n film ‘spontaan’ tot stand komt LOL

  4. Julesvdm

    In what way is this an independant investigation? They say they don’t use fillers and other vague ingredients. Maybe this day they didn’t,especially for the occasion. Then why is it that INDEPENDANT lab research showed that their burgers are full of chemicals and other ingredients? And why has in some cases tests shown that other DNA, not from cows, was found in their burgers? So maybe it’s all been a smear campaign. However, I wouldn’t rely on the producers themselves saying their product is fine. I would rather trust independent researchers. And by that I men people who are not getting ‘paid’ by the company, directly or indirectly. In general you can state that in mass production you can never be sure about what happens in some part of the production chain. More and more scandals hit the media. Better trust producers as far as you can throw them. In the end it’s your own health on the line, not theirs. And do you ever wonder why so many junkfood producers don’t eat their own stuff, but eat organic themselves? Or Monsanto for that matter. Think about it. Better safe than sorry.

    • Windows 8

      “Then why is it that INDEPENDANT lab research showed that their burgers are full of chemicals and other ingredients?”
      Brooon bron bron bron?

      (in antwoord op Julesvdm)
  5. Windows 8

    De labburger is de toekomst (of anders insecten)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-23576143

  6. marianne martens

    men vergeet een proces daarvoor, hoe de dieren worden behandeld in de veestallen. ( mishandeling, geen vreten, wonden, balletjes van biggen zonder verdoving eruit gerukt, tegen de muur geslagen etc. eet smakelijk.

  7. harrr

    Waarom heet die niet gewoon “Sponsored” artikel ????

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