How new summer halloumi fries at McDonald’s REALLY stack up

Cheese fanatics across the country went wild last week when McDonald’s revealed halloumi fries were coming to its menu for the first time ever.

But obesity campaigners say the fast food giant’s offering is ‘disappointing’.

Analysis shows one portion of the cheesy sticks, £2.49 for four, contains 1.28g of salt — making them saltier than two portions of its famous chips (0.62g) and four packets of Walkers’ ready salted crisps (0.34g). 

Its bigger helping, consisting of ‘scrumptious’ 12…

Read the Full Article Here dailymail


Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Chicago residents flee to basements as TORNADO warnings sound ahead of of 100F temperatures

Sydney farming family’s land is being swiped by the government for Redbank project