Asked by: Yris Jiaoasked in category: General Last Updated: 28th March, 2020
What kind of cooking oil does McDonald's use?
In this way, what are McDonald's french fries cooked in?
Also Know, what oil do McDonalds use UK? McDonald's UK is using a mixture of high oleic UK rapeseed oil and sunflower oil from Spain to fry its food. The company switched to the formula in April as part of its strategy to stop using hydrogenated fats.
Subsequently, question is, are McDonald's fries cooked in peanut oil?
Avoiding Nuts Most people with a peanut allergy are concerned about frying oil. McDonald's says it uses a canola oil blend for deep frying. 2? “All products available at our restaurants may contain or come into contact with peanuts, tree nuts or other allergens,” McDonald's said in a statement.
Does McDonalds use canola oil?
The oil they use is a canola oil blend. Though it is possible their products come into contact with nuts as there is a possibility of cross contamination where the food is manufactured. Mcdonald's uses 100% vegetable oil.