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McDonald’s is back in the news, but now they are trying to compete with today’s health-conscious consumers with their foods.
McDonald’s announced on Monday that they have removed the corn syrup in their hamburger buns and replaced it with sugar, sucrose to be exact.
McDonald’s said that they are changing the buns on Big Macs, Quarter Pounders, hamburgers and other sandwiches to satisfy the customers who believe that corn syrup can be linked to or lead to obesity in them or perhaps their children.
This is a reaction from the consumers and the competitor who have already taken steps to towards a healthier menu.
The other step away from fatty eating is removing some of the antibiotics in their famous Chicken McNuggets that the kids love the most.
The artificial preservatives is being removed a few of their breakfast items, one of those is their scrambled eggs. They’re striving towards healthier and more natural foods.
McDonald’s USA President Mike Andres told reporters that the changes will affect about half of their menu and that expect to see more changes in the future too.
Now the mystery will their food taste any different, better?

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