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McDonald's Offers Explanation For Why Its Burgers Don't Rot

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McDonald's Canada has offered an explanation on its Q&A page after a customer asked why the company's burgers don't rot. The program director at the University of Guelph's Department of Food Science and Quality Assurance, told McDonald's, "The reality is that McDonald’s hamburgers, french fries and chicken are like all foods, and do rot if kept under certain conditions." He said, "After preparation, the hamburger is fairly dry.

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