How OSI Group Manufactures McDonald’s Hamburgers

OSI Group McDonalds attracts many customers every year. Hamburgers made by OSI Group McDonalds are the best food product in the world. An experiment was done by David Whipple who put a McDonald’s burger in the cupboard for 14 years. In 2013, he showed to the world the burger and it was the same.

What makes OSI Group McDonald’s hamburger unique and long lasting?

1: Large pieces of meat are bought from the slaughterhouse and taken to the OSI Group McDonalds. The large pieces of meat are known to reduce chances of meat contamination. This is because of the small surface area available reducing the risk of contamination by bacteria. The meat is then checked to ensure that there is no bone.

2: After a thorough check up process, the meat is then transferred to containers which weigh about 500 kilograms each. A room in the factory is then filled with these containers. Around 500 containers are needed daily and they have to be filled to the brim with meat. OSI Group McDonald’s uses forklift trucks to gather new containers of meat.

3: The meat is then taken to blenders which mince the meat. The grinder ensures that it eliminates small pieces of bones. The machine can process around 400 kilograms of meat at the same time.

4: Once the meat is minced, another machine shapes the minced meat into a round shape. The machines are known to produce types of burgers as beef burgers and vegetarian burgers.

5: Once the burgers are made, they are tested to make sure that they are fit for human consumption and that they meet the product quality. OSI Group McDonalds hamburgers have 20% fat content. The hamburgers are grilled and then tasted to feel the texture and ensure that they are up to high  quality standard.

6: Once it is asserted that the hamburgers have the right texture and they meet the standards, the hamburgers are frozen, put in blue plastic bags and then packed into boxes. The boxes are then labelled with information on the production date and where the meat came from. The hamburgers are then put in buns and distributed to the range of restaurants.

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