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McDonald's busts myths about its food

"At what point in the process do we inject the pink slime?" asks former MythBusters host Grant Imahara. As part of its new US marketing campaign, McDonald's is opening the doors to its food production system through a multi-pronged campaign called "Our food. Your questions".

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