http://nutrition.mcdonalds.com/nutritionexchange/ingredientslist.pdf

Make sure you scroll to the middle of the document so you can read the individually listed ingredients in each so called product.  This is gross, and what is sad is that they have a registered dietician as part of their team.  Are they serious? Check them out at: http://www.mcdonalds.com/us/en/food/food_quality/nutrition_choices/kids_nutrition/food_to_feel_goodabout.html

They have a lot of work to do before this fast food chain can ever use nutrition in the same sentence as it's name. Give me a break.

Dah dah dah dah dah...I'm dislikin' it

They try to make you think they have your children's best interest at hear, oh we will make the food more nutritious and give kids an option of apple dippers over french fries.  Hmmm...how many of you think I have something to say about the apple dippers? Perhaps if they just served an organic apple without the dipping sauce I could keep my fingers still, but sorry to say the sauce is not healthy and if you must stop at such a place as this then skip the dip!

Ingredients for the caramel dip:
Corn syrup, sweetened condensed milk (milk, sugar), high fructose corn syrup, water, butter (cream, salt), sugar, salt, disodium phosphate, artificial flavors (vanillin,ethyl vanillin), caramel color, pectin, potassium sorbate (preservative).

I guess one type of corn syrup does not suffice.  Sugar, artificial flavoring/color, and preservative overload, and for what purpose? To make a preserved apple wrapped in plastic taste better...?

Posted on 9/28/2010 12:00 AM
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