Why McDonald’s nutritional data is a scam

Posted September 08, 2018 10:29:30 McDonald’s is one of the most trusted brands in the world, with a reputation for quality and high-quality ingredients.

But in its latest PR campaign, the fast food giant is using nutritional information that’s designed to mislead customers.

In a series of videos posted on YouTube, McDonald’s staff and managers in Australia and New Zealand are shown using data from the nutritional information department at McDonald’s restaurants to create misleading claims.

Some videos show employees using data to make claims like “you need to eat less” and “you should eat a lot less” to convince customers that the company is more healthy than it actually is.

In some cases, they even suggest that if you don’t eat meat, you might need to get a “sugar fix.”

In a new video, McDonalds’ nutrition information department is shown telling its staff to “check the nutrition facts on the package” before making a decision on whether to order food.

In one case, the video shows a worker suggesting that “your body doesn’t need calories.”

Another video shows McDonald’s employees telling people that “you don’t need to consume [meat] for weight loss.”

The company says that in most cases the nutritional data information is accurate.

“In most cases, the nutritional facts on a package is accurate,” said a McDonald’s spokesperson in a statement to ABC News.

“However, we recognise that we may be missing out on some important information about how our products work.”

The spokesperson added that “McDonalds takes every precaution to ensure that nutritional information on our packaging is accurate.”

But according to a recent study, which McDonald’s published on its website, the company’s nutritional statistics are a complete fabrication.

“The study by McDonalds and its marketing partners found that most of the data we’ve found on our website is wrong and misleading,” the study said.

“More than 80% of the studies we looked at found that only about 2% of what we call ‘main nutritional information’ is actually true.”

The study used data from two food surveys, one conducted by the Food Industry Council of Australia and another by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.

The two studies looked at food labels in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States, where McDonald’s has stores.

The researchers found that the nutritional labels on food in each country were typically based on a product that was “not widely available or widely available in each of those countries.”

In the United Kingdom, for example, the label for beef, lamb, and veal is based on beef.

The label for chicken and turkey is based upon chicken and turkeys in the United Arab Emirates.

The United States label for pork is based only on pork from Canada.

“Our goal with this study is to provide the most accurate information possible,” McDonald’s wrote in a release about the study.

“We’re confident that our information is up to date and we encourage people to check their nutritional information and how we serve our food.

We also encourage people in other countries to do the same.

McDonald’s Nutrition Facts are not meant to be an authoritative guide for you.

It is important to note that this information is not always accurate.

“Instead, we use a broad range of food product sources, such as poultry, meat, dairy, and egg products, in addition to the most popular types of ingredients that we typically use.” “

To ensure our nutritional information is complete and up-to-date, we do not use all food products that are available in the market or that are commonly available in a given country,” McDonalds wrote.

“Instead, we use a broad range of food product sources, such as poultry, meat, dairy, and egg products, in addition to the most popular types of ingredients that we typically use.”

The latest McDonald’s campaign comes as the fast-food giant faces criticism over its nutritional information practices.

Last year, McDonald announced a partnership with nutrition company Nutritional Data Solutions, which provides information on a range of foods to restaurants and stores, to help them improve their nutrition policies.

The company’s nutrition information team is currently working with NutritionalData Solutions to improve its nutrition information policies, according to the company.

In addition to improving the nutritional statistics on its menus, McDonald has also implemented new marketing campaigns that have focused on the company as a whole.

In October, the restaurant chain was accused of misleading consumers with a video that featured a man in a McDonalds restaurant who was “staring” at a sign that said “You need to check the nutrition fact on the box” while eating his chicken nuggets.

The video showed the man standing in a restaurant with his eyes closed, while the words “Check the Nutrition Fact on the Box” appear on the side of the menu.

In the video, the man says, “This is not a box that says you need to ‘eat less,'” and then begins to eat the nuggets and the sign continues to say, “You should eat more.”

The video sparked outrage online.

“Why is McDonalds using its