Mcdonald’s Mozzarella Sticks
Published: February 7, 2016
Mcdonald’s Mozzarella Sticks, It’s been a rough couple of weeks for McDonald’s new menu addition – mozzarella sticks.
First, a few customers noticed that the side order was missing the most important ingredient of any mozzarella stick – the mozzarella. They wasted little time posting their photos of deep-fried air to social media, and the story went viral.
Now a California man says McDonald’s claim of using “100 percent real cheese” and “real mozzarella” in the cheese sticks is fraudulent and unfair as they allegedly contain 3.76 percent filler, according to Eater.com.
When your mozzarella stick is a lie. the cheese was missing and it’s my favorite part!! @McDonalds pic.twitter.com/ATOBUkf9o6
— Jahaila Canton (@JSCSuperStar) January 15, 2016
“The sticks are filled with a substance that is composed (in part) of starch, in violation of the federal standards of identity for ‘mozzarella’ cheese, and contrary to reasonable consumers’ expectations regarding the meaning of the term ‘mozzarella,'” said Chris Howe, lead plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit that contains plaintiffs from at least 40 other states.
The suit is seeking at least $5 million in damages from the fast-food chain.
McDonald’s is blaming the cheeseless mozzarella sticks on a simple rollout glitch. The cheese apparently melted out of the sticks as they were cooked, which should have prevented them from being served to customers, according to the Kansas City Star.
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