A chiropractor’s office is displaying a 2-year-old McDonald’s Happy Meal in hopes that it will persuade patients to avoid fast food.
“We wanted to make patients think about the food choices they were making and what is really in their food,” Andrew Rivera, director of Bridge Chiropractic and Wellness Center in Omaha, Nebraska, told Business Insider.
He shared a photo showing that the cheeseburger meal is nearly intact.
Here’s the dome the Happy Meal is stored in. The dome isn’t airtight, and there is no refrigeration.
McDonald’s has acknowledged that its burgers don’t rot, and provided a reason on its Canadian website.
Essentially, the company claims the foods are dehydrated, and do not rot in the absence of water.
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