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September 30, 2019

A Plant Lettuce Tomato Review

I drove to Canada to try the McDonald's P.L.T.- Forbes
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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Plant-based doesn’t equal diet food by any stretch. The P.L.T. has 460 calories and 25 grams of fat, along with 42 grams of carbohydrates, 17 grams of protein and a whopping 920 milligrams of sodium!

Anonymous said...

I like when the reporter says will people like it. I don't care if people like it will they buy it.

Anonymous said...

920 milligrams of lawsuit for heart attack, cause consumer thought it was healthy and died from heart attack. But with digital menus, it will need to FLASH a HIGH SODIUM CONTENT warning label - but guess what? Still will get sued!

If the system can do THIS... it should bring back SUPERSIZE!

Anonymous said...

Fat, carbs and SALT, a deadly combination!
What are the MCD suits thinking?

Anonymous said...

Ambulance chasing lawyers nationwide CHEER!

Anonymous said...

Beyond Meat has coconut oil which gives the patty it's "fatty" taste. Coconut oil is about 90% saturated fat, which is a higher percentage than butter (about 64% saturated fat), beef fat (40%), or even lard (also 40%). Too much saturated fat in the diet is unhealthy because it raises "bad" LDL cholesterol levels, which increases the risk of heart disease. Yummy!!

Richard Adams said...

That's why the smartest person in this discussion says:

"Chipotle CEO Brian Niccol told Yahoo! Finance on Tuesday that he spoke with the makers of Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, but ultimately decided not to add the plant-based protein onto the Mexican fast food chain’s menus because it didn’t follow the company’s strict food quality standards.

Niccol said the plant-based meat was still processed food and adding it will go against the chain’s motto — “Food with Integrity."
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Anonymous said...

Chipolte.. food integrity? Id be happy if they'd just find food safety.