We often hear advice that the best thing for both home and health care is to bring a self-prepared home lunch to work. But honestly, on many occasions we do not have enough time or we feel like going out to lunch with colleagues at the office. And, perhaps with the exception of large metropolitan areas, the selection of restaurants to go to for lunch during work days is quite limited. Especially if we add to this challenge the requirement that prices are affordable and there are at least some healthy food options.
So it is not surprising that we are forced to resort to fast food establishments, present everywhere, open almost at all hours and with prices that do not threaten to empty our bank account. So it is always good news everything related to improvements in the variety of restaurants and the quality of what we can eat, especially if we are talking about a dish as popular as McDonald's hamburgers.
A few days ago the McDonald's company announced that it had made the decision to stop using ammonium hydroxide in food manufacturing. The controversial substance, which became known as pink slime and is approved by the Department of Agriculture, was used to kill bacteria from hamburger meat. Although the pressure of those who criticize the use of a substance that is also found in fertilizers and cleaning products has been evident for an edible product, the representatives of the restaurant chain assure that its decision does not have to do with a particular event, but with its desire to constantly improve its standards. Whatever the reason, you will surely feel better eating meat without additives.