A McDonald’s employee is going viral on TikTok after sharing the “messed up” reason she almost lost her job.
A McDonald’s employee named Drew took to TikTok to reveal just how nasty the fryer situation is.
The woman allegedly became belligerent over the dessert's wait time, and has been told to stay away from the restaurant.
“This sets a bad example,” says registered dietitian Jessica Cording. “It’s perpetuating this idea that college students are supposed to be eating junk food. It’s a missed opportunity to show that healthy food can be accessible, enjoyable, and fuel young athletes.”
McDonald's employee Yasmine James hired a notable attorney after she was attacked by a homeless man during work hours.
According to a local news report, the owner concluded that the employees "made the appropriate decision." Some customers disagreed.
A mortified mom was not “lovin’ it” when she realized that her 9-year-old son unknowingly went to school in a suggestive T-shirt they both thought had the McDonald’s logo on it.
A British school has warned that male students in violation of a new hairstyle ban will be sent home or put in an isolation unit.
A pediatric nutritionist responds to McDonald's plans to cut cheeseburgers and chocolate milk from its Happy Meals and introduce new calorie limits.
When planning their holiday card, Matt Violette and Sarah Keating decided to go with an “American Dream” theme. “A few months back, I promised Sarah and Matty a Christmas card photoshoot,” photographer Emily White explains to Yahoo Lifestyle.
In the following Unhealthiest Food segment, we’ve rounded up some of the least healthy salads you can order at top Canadian fast food and casual dining chain restaurants: McDonald’s, Boston Pizza, Subway, Pizza Pizza, Tim Hortons, Earl’s, The Keg, Burger King, Pizza Hut, St-Hubert and Wendy’s. Spoiler alert: one top offender contains 88 grams of fat; another salad option contains more than 2, 700 mg of sodium! Yikes.Based on a 2,000 calorie per day diet, the daily recommended intake for the average adult is about 65 grams of fat (no more than 20 grams saturated), and between 1,500 – 2,400 mg of sodium.Unfortunately, many chain restaurants load their greens with crispy croutons, fried poultry, cheeses and fattening dressings; so whether you choose a salad as a side dish, or as the main course, you might be taking in more than half the calories and sodium recommended for the entire day in one sitting. On the plus side, we’ve also rounded up some healthier alternatives.Scroll through to the end of the gallery to see what topped our list of unhealthy salads and make sure to check out our lists on the unhealthiest fast food burgers and unhealthiest breakfast sandwiches in Canada.Let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA!
For once we think Starbucks Christmas cups may have to step aside, there is a new red cup in town and it belongs to none other than McDonald’s. This year the fast food chain have attempted to create their very own Chrismassy cups, however, it hasn’t exactly gone to plan. The McCafe cup has gone viral, racking up over 22,000 likes on Twitter for it’s controversial Christmas design. So, what are we looking at?
Identifying its world-renown blend of 11 herbs and spices that’s been a closely safeguarded secret for over 80 years. In an interview with the Chicago Tribune, Ledington revealed a handwritten list of the 11 herbs and spices from a family scrapbook. “That is the original 11 herbs and spices that were supposed to be so secretive,” he said, also mentioning that the secret ingredient behind the recipe was white pepper as nobody in the 1950s knew what it was or how to use it.
If your day starts with Nutella on toast or ends with take out at your favourite pizza place, you may want to avert your eyes.Instagram account Calorie Brands has redesigned our favourite junk food labels, shifting the nutrition info typically hidden in tiny print on the back to where we can’t ignore it - its logo.While these numbers represent the amount of calories in an entire container, not a single serving, it doesn’t take away from the devastating discovery of how many calories you’re actually ingesting when you’re snacking your way through “Game of Thrones.”Click through the gallery above to see the “redesigned” snacks and tweet us @YahooStyleCA to let us know the amount of calories in your favourite!
Over the years the minty milkshake has gained a cult status, with many writers noting just as Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte signals fall is coming nothing says spring is about to get sprung quite like Shamrock Shake Season. A medium Shamrock Shake has 710 calories, which is 10 calories less than a medium vanilla or strawberry shake from McDonald’s and 40 calories less than the Golden Arches medium chocolate shake.
McDonalds has launched a new range of loungewear. It’s the perfect morning-after-night-before pick me up, but from today you’ll be able to thank McDonalds for more than just curing your hangover as they launch a range of all-day loungewear. To celebrate the launch of their ‘All Day Breakfast’ across Australia, McDonalds have teamed up with Sydney-based designer Emma Mullholland to create the limited edition collection for a very good cause.
McDonald’s is under fire from customers accusing the burger chain of serving mozzarella sticks that are missing a key ingredient: cheese. McDonald’s launched mozzarella sticks nationwide this month as part of a new “McPick 2” promotion, which allows customers to pick two of the following for $2: a McDouble, a McChicken, small fries, and mozzarella sticks. The mozzarella sticks are also available on their own, costing $1 for three sticks.
McDonald’s has gone couture. Thanks to fashion students at the Miami International University of Art and Design, we now can feast our eyes on a line of dresses, skirts, crop tops and yes, a wedding dress, made from empty McDonald’s packaging. The collection, aptly named McDCouture, was presented at Funkshion Fashion Week and included more than 20 designs. It’s kind of like a “Project Runway” for the fast-food obsessed. To create their designs, the students used 4,600 sandwich wrappers, 1,770 fry boxes, 1,100 straws, 600 to-go bags, 500 sandwich boxes, 500 ketchup holders, 200 soft drink cups, 100 McFlurry cups (and a Quarter Pounder in a pear tree?!) After I binge eat a Big Mac combo (or OK, two) I usually hide all evidence, but I’m kind of feeling inspired by this. I sense a trip to McDonald’s in my immediate future – for research, obviously. This isn’t McD’s first appearance in the world of high fashion. In 2014, Moschino released a line of fast-food inspired clothes, handbags and accessories – and creative director Jeremy Scott received quite a bit of flack for “glorifying” the golden arches. Scroll through the gallery above to see all the photos from the runway show. And hey, if McDonald’s isn’t your thing, you can always make a Taco Bell dress.All photos via McDonald’s.