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No plastic: How McDonald's makes its fries [Video]
No plastic: How McDonald's makes its fries [Video]

Are McDonald’s fries made of plastic? Indestructible? Hardly, according to a new video from the Golden Arches. As part of an ongoing transparency initiative from the chain’s Canadian outpost, the company shows viewers exactly how the potato snacks are made. The host: Scott Gibson, a supply chain manager for McDonald’s Canada. The setting: a farm, a processing plant and a restaurant. The challenge: To show the French fry journey “farm to fryer.” The video shows potatoes being harvested and sorted at Levesque Farms in New Brunswick before being cut at McCain Processing Plant. McDonald’s fries are never molded, or “formed,” into the thin...

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