A video posted online Oct. 21 showing how a McDonald’s McRib is made is leaving customers disgusted and sparking outrage online.
The footage, shared on Twitter this week, has shocked thousands of customers who have vowed never to eat the infamous McRib burger again.
Pictures still show the frozen “ribs” product in blocks lined up in strips on racks.
After melting, strips of “ribs” product are molded upstream to form the shape of the eponymous meat and submerged in brown sauce.
It is still unclear in which branch the video was filmed, but it is suggested that most branches follow the same procedure.
The person who uploaded the video online, which has been viewed more than 1.2 million times, said McRib ribs cannot be considered food.
Among the 3,000 comments, many shared his view.
“I threw up in my mouth. A little ”, one person got angry.
“Looks like a frying sponge drowned in BBQ sauce,” explained another.
On October 24, McDonald’s announced the return of the famous McRib hamburger, calling it its farewell tour.
The New York Post reached out to McDonald’s for comment on the controversy, but has yet to respond to the video.
Ironically, this time last year, a similar controversy targeted McRib after a video shared on TikTok was viewed 1.3 million times.