McDonald's Canada explains how Chicken McNuggets are made, no Pink Goop in sight

McNuggets have gotten a bad rap in recent years, in large part due to a viral photo of "pink goop" or "pink slime" purported to be the main ingredient in the McDonald's product.

The folks at McDonald's Canada created a video intended to refute the claims. The video begins with McDonald's Canada Supply Chain Manager Nicoletta Stefou saying her employer gets the question a lot.

"We don't know what it is or where it came from, but it has nothing to do with our Chicken McNuggets," Stefou says of the "goop," standing in Cargill Limited's food processing plant in London, Ontario.

In February 2012, McDonald's announced that, as of 2011, it was no longer using ammonium hydroxide in the production of its hamburgers.

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