In 2009, McDonald Sold Its Last Meal In Iceland. And THIS Is How It Looks Today.

McDonald’s have got some questions to answer about what really goes in to their food.

In recent years they have steered towards a healthier and more natural brand image, but this evidence from Iceland highlights just how unnatural their food actually is.

Bread will normally go moldy in the space of a week or two, but here we see McDonalds food that was purchased in 2009, showing what looks like a burger bun that could have been bought today.

This collection of McDonald’s food that has remained frozen in time thanks to the additives that are used to make the food has now become an exhibit in Bus Hostel in Reykjavik. What exactly is in this food to keep it mold-free for nearly a decade?

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