My Thoughts on the McDonald’s Mozz Fiasco

If you’ve been following the media, you’ve probably been hearing about the big fiasco about McDonald’s big problem with their mozzarella sticks. No? Let me fill you in. In November of 2015, McDonald’s announced that it would be bringing mozzarella sticks to their menu worldwide. The best part? They’re only $1. For people who love this delicious appetizer, this was both a joyous moment, and one to also be a little skeptical of, because well, it’s McDonald’s. Who knows how good or bad McDonald’s can make mozzarella sticks. However, on Thursday, January 28th, CNBC reported that “McDonald’s mozzarella sticks are missing a key ingredient.” What ingredient? The cheese. Now, you may be thinking. How can you have mozzarella sticks without the cheesy filler? You’re right. You can’t.

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My Thoughts on the McDonald’s Mozz Fiasco
The famous McDonald’s mozzarella sticks, on my kitchen table.


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Review: Universe Sandbox

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