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Are Hungarian whites camo? Is McDonald’s delicious breakfast made with canned eggnog in Hungary too?

Are Hungarian whites camo?  Is McDonald’s delicious breakfast made with canned eggnog in Hungary too?

Meki’s employee posted a video revealing scrambled eggs made with canned egg juice. Hungarian McDonald’s responded to the scandal.

McDonald’s is one of the most famous franchises in the world, and its first restaurant opened in Hungary 35 years ago, in 1988, on Rigiposta Street in Budapest. One might think that the first Hungarian Miki restaurant was a restaurant located in the Nyugati railway station, but it didn’t take long for that to happen: in 1990, the unit considered the most beautiful McDonald’s in the world opened its doors.

In 1996, there were a total of 50 McDonald’s in Hungary, and that number has been on the rise ever since. At meki you can choose from a variety of burgers, snacks and other delicacies, and since 2002 you can also enjoy breakfast here. A double cheese toast or BLT McMuffin would be an excellent start to the day; Especially if we drink good coffee from McCafé, the first two units of which opened 20 years ago this year in Hungary’s first restaurants, on Régiposta Street and Nyugati Railway Station.

The Hungarian Meki has always been heavily touted because its egg dishes are made with fresh local eggs, but a video by one of Meki’s foreign employees has recently gone viral. In this recording, you can clearly see that delicious scrambled eggs are made with canned egg juice in those restaurants, which, let’s face it, isn’t exactly appetizing.

@kallme. yaniii This is how we make scrambled eggs # McDonald’s #opinion #fyp #diffuse #fyp #thecommon #TikTok #for you Aesthetic – Tolan Kim

The video was submitted by one of our readers with a comment on it

“Mickey He sells people plastic balls that are sold in the form of eggs, even their color is disgusting.”

The question arises, since it is a global franchise where, in principle, they cannot deviate from the recipe, are egg breakfasts prepared in the same way in Hungarian McDonald’s, and are Hungarian eggs just a publicity stunt?

We contacted McDonald’s Hungary, who told us that throughout its 35-year history, the Hungarian chain has continually relied on a stable circle of local suppliers: chicken, ketchup and other sauces, fresh and dried onions, cucumbers, eggs, and the honey used for the perennial supply also comes from local farms, plus a good portion of the lettuce and tomatoes, which are ingredients for hamburgers.

Since the video above was not shot in our country, they didn’t want to comment on it, but they certainly emphasized that in our network in Hungary, we only use whole eggs from local sources when preparing our egg dishes.

“Cabriovus has been a supplier to McDonald’s for two decades, selling nearly 3 million soft-boiled eggs and soft-boiled, cleaned and soft-boiled eggs to our chain of restaurants each year. The partnership is also critical to investment decisions in Capriovus, as the company’s deep egg farm, designed on For example, according to McDonald’s needs from the very beginning, taking into account our company’s unique and stringent animal welfare requirements.

– McDonald’s Hungary wrote to us.

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