McDonald's Canada is all about transparency these days. Remember when it released a video proving that its burgers are made with 100 percent beef, and another one explaining why burgers look different in life than they do in advertisements?
The truth parade continues with the chain's most recent video, which shows just exactly how McDonald's French fries get made.
The video starts in a potato field, evoking a farm-to-table feel -- with a twist. Scott Gibson, manager of McDonald's Canada's supply chain, takes viewers on a "farm to fryer" journey and clears up some questions from its ask-us-anything PR site Our Food. Your Questions.
Find out how McDonald's fries are made in the below video.
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