Definitions and "labels" are misleading. Presenting classic McDonald's fast food dishes as organic and natural can confuse even high-quality food experts. Life Hunters Tv shot a video to document an experiment that seems incredible and that should make us reflect on the power of marketing and advertising.
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Definitions and "labels" are misleading. Presenting the classic dishes from fast food served by McDonald's it can confuse even high-quality food experts. Life Hunters Tv shot a video to document an experiment that looks incredible and should make us reflect on the power of marketing and advertising.
Claiming that a food is natural and of high quality does not make it so, but the unusual presentation on plates and trays and the trust in those who propose it can come to mask reality. Furthermore, there is no doubt that fast food dishes have an inviting look and taste, otherwise their success would not be explained.
The video was shot at the Hauten Expo with the participation of experts from the gastronomic and nutrition fields. McDonald's fast food items appeared at gourmets like excellent dishes, with good flavor and pleasant consistency "The taste is very rich", is one of the comments collected.
Here is the key question: "If you were to compare this dish to McDonald's food, what would be the biggest differences?". This is the answer: "Certainly this dish tastes better and the fact that it is organic is certainly a good thing". And again: “It is certainly much tastier than McDonald's. It can be said that it is also much purer ”.
Being gourmets, it may be that they have not tasted fast food for a long time and that they have the habit of giving preference to quality restaurants for their meals. There is no doubt, we repeat, that fast food is flavorful and tasty. But these are not the characteristics that determine its quality from a nutritional point of view. In the opinion of the people interviewed, however, "The product is pure and organic and this makes it very tasty".
These are the conclusions of the two interviewers: “If you tell people that a product is organic, they will automatically believe that it is”. It follows that it's easy to fool consumers from every point of view, but also that, since we choose what and where to eat, we can decide to reward the better realities and to remove from our dinner list any restaurants that seem suspicious or of poor quality despite appearances.
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