Why is McDonald’s milk so salty?
Posted October 03, 2018 11:25:00 A new study shows that McDonald’s dairy products are actually more salty than the company has said.
A study conducted by researchers at the University of Texas and the University at Buffalo looked at the nutritional content of the four main categories of milk products: cream cheese, regular milk, skim and cold.
The study showed that regular milk contains less sodium than the brand that comes with a box of frozen McRibs, and skim milk contains more than double the sodium than regular milk.
The study also found that the salt content of a large portion of the products varied widely from brand to brand.
Researchers found that salt in milk comes from the following ingredients: salt from saltwater, salt from fresh ground milk, salt and sodium from fresh cream cheese and skim.
The researchers say that this study could help to improve the nutritional quality of the product by determining the sources of sodium and other minerals that are present in dairy products.
“This study provides valuable information on the nutritional value of milk in relation to sodium and sodium salt content, and this could be an important tool for future dairy product development programs,” said Dr. Thomas O. O’Brien, a professor of medicine and public health at UT and a co-author of the study.
McDonald’s has been touting its salt content since it was first sold in the United States in 1976.
It has said that the dairy products that come in the box are free of salt, which is why many people eat them.
McDona’s has long said that it uses salt as a byproduct of processing and that it does not use artificial salt in its dairy products or products from other dairy companies.
McKesson, which has been a sponsor of the NFL’s NFLPA, has also said that all of its products are naturally low in salt, and that the company is committed to reducing the sodium content of its dairy product.
McKinsey & Russell has also stated that all its products come from pasture-raised cows.