McDonald’s is set to add the option of unlimited french fries to one of its locations by the beginning of summer, says location owner Chris Habiger.
A St. Joseph, Mo. location was torn down last month and is going to be rebuilt with a variety of new physical features and food options. Habiger spoke to local news outlet News-Press Now about the changes that are going to be made, one of them being the option to order an unlimited amount of the chain’s iconic french fries.
Response to the news of unlimited french fries has been mixed. Although many are excited about the prospect of all-you-can-eat fries, it seems that many more are worried about the health implications this will have on the general public.
A Missouri @McDonalds will offer a promotion of unlimited fries in July-Which should go perfectly with their customers’ unlimited chins.
— Lu Valentino Show (@LuValentino) April 19, 2016
All you can eat french fries from @McDonalds ?… They really tryna kill people.
— Papi (@hiiiSHAD) April 18, 2016
Yes because the world needs more heart attacks and people sitting on couches with clogged arteries. This is the… https://t.co/2MQRt6VHS9
— Deborah Cruz (@DeborahACruz) April 18, 2016
McDonald’s testing bottomless fries.
You know, for their customers who want endless diabetes.
— Erik Bransteen (@erikbransteen) April 18, 2016
The controversy surrounding McDonald’s announcement of unlimited french fries comes only a few months after it was revealed that ingredients found in the fries have been linked to brain damage, cancer and autoimmune disorders.
Some of the ingredients in question include dimethylpolysiloxane, a chemical commonly used in hair conditioners and silly putty, tertiary butylhydroquinone, which is commonly used in varnish, lacquer and bio-diesel, and hydrogenated soybean oil, which has been linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
The St. Joseph location is set to open this upcoming July.
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