By Karon Liu Food Writer Tues., May 14, 2019 I’m a sucker for fast food specials, as evidenced by my last greasy taste test that involved eating multiple A&W fast food Beyond Meat breakfast sandwiches for the purpose of research. Starting this week, McDonald’s Canada is now serving fish and chips for a limited time across the country. While fish and chips isn’t as novel as lab-grown not-meat meat, my coworkers were intrigued by the new offering so I had McDonald’s send me a few boxes. Diners in Atlantic Canada were the first to get a taste of McDonald’s fish and chips as part of a pilot project a year ago. That version is basically the same that’s now being rolled out nationwide: two pieces of fried haddock (Newfoundlanders were initially skeptical that cod wasn’t used) with McDonald’s famous fries and a side of tartar sauce, the same stuff in a Filet-O-Fish. According to the press release, the haddock is wild-caught from Nova Scotian waters and certified by the Marine Stewardship Council to be sustainably caught and traceable, though eating seafood right now is still a bit hard for me to swallow with ongoing reports on climate change affecting global… Read full this story
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