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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2008 10:23 pm 
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Has anybody else seen the list of food that they are bring to their McCafe!


http://www.mcdonalds.com.au/PDFs/McCafe_Ingredients.pdf

This is the list from the US but I'm sure it will be the same here in Canada

Now they are Allergy Aware and just don't care!!! :(


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In Europe the McCafe's are completed separated from the main cooking area in McDonald's. They are little cafe's on the perimeter of the McDonald's , with no shared kitchen, or they are beside the McDonald's. My understanding is that they will be like that is North America as well.

I think I read they just opened one in Vancouver and Montreal so maybe someone could comment on how the McCafes are foot printed in Canada.

My son and nephew will be really disappointed if he can't go to McDonald's anymore with his friends.

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That web link appears to be from Australia. You'll want to check McDonald's site here for ingreds.

Ingreds. can vary: e.g. in that controversy a couple of years ago about whether McDonald's fries were completely gluten-free (or not), McDonald's of Canada announced that their formulations were slightly different and their fries were definitely g-f.

So even Canada to U.S., there can be small differences.

(Wasn't that what John Travolta said in Pulp Fiction while comparing the European Le Big Mac with the American one? "It's the little differences," he said of Europe.)

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