According to Natural News, as the 21st century pushes on, McDonald’s continues to fall apart. The once happy McDonald’s brand has gone soggy and stale, like French fries left to rot in a hot van. Knowledgeable consumers are finding new reasons not to eat McDonald’s food as they wake up to what’s really in that “food.”
During their golden years, fast food joints like McDonald’s relished in their success while blinding the population. At the turn of the century, however, everything began to change because information of food ingredients was beginning to be published. Information was becoming decentralized. As the internet became more available, so did independent media and truth-seeking bloggers. The ingredients in fast and processed food were researched, published, discussed and made into film and books. Awareness of fast food and its harmful effects on the body was finally starting to go mainstream.
In today’s world, it is also important to consider the chemicals that are in the food and understand how they can create havoc in the body. From artificial food dyes to cancer-causing preservatives like sodium nitrate to untested genetically modified ingredients — people are learning and taking a stand.
The free market victories against the sleazy biotech industry are coming at a rapid pace now, and the latest announcement is a real game changer: Chipotle Mexican Grill has outright rejected all GMOs and, as of today, is now serving all non-GMO ingredients in its foods.
“When it comes to our food, genetically modified ingredients don’t make the cut,” says an official announcement on the Chipotle website. “[T]he food we serve should be made with ingredients raised with care for animals, farmers, and the environment. We’re doubtful that the GMO ingredients that used to be in our food meet these criteria.”
This is another step toward the visions we have of changing the way people think about and eat fast food. Just because food is served fast doesn’t mean it has to be made with cheap raw ingredients, highly processed with preservatives and fillers and stabilizers and artificial colors and flavors.
Well said, Steve. You get it. Your customers get it. Your shareholders might even get it, too: People want clean food, transparent supply lines, ethical treatment of animals and no GMOs!
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