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And the McDonald's site speaks up against certain ingredients, saying that workers should be wary of them and "limit the extras such as cheese, bacon, and mayonnaise."
While the website says that fast-food meals are unhealthy because they invariably are high in calories, with a lot of fat, sugar, and salt, an employee feeling a need to eat a burger should do so by ordering:
"A single, plain meat patty without the cheese and sauces...the best choice."
"Ask for extra lettuce, tomatoes, and onions. Limit how many French fries you eat. Ketchup contains a lot of calories from sugar. Ask if you can substitute a salad for fries." says CNBC
The news source reports that the posts may not have been written by McDonald's themselves, but by a "third-party vendor."
McDonald's say they are investigating the postings.
The McDonald's website previously wrote to workers and warned them against tipping pool boys and au pair workers, says Newser.com.
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