McDonald’s Philippines releases official statement over the alleged ‘Live Worm’ in McDonald’s Cheeseburger

McDonald’s Philippines releases official statement over the alleged ‘Live Worm’ in McDonald’s Cheeseburger

McDonald’s Philippines has released an official statement regarding the complaint of Nikki Vea, after the customer filed a report about the alleged live worm she found in McDonald’s Cheeseburger.

In a statement sent to us by McDonald’s Philippines, the company said that the incident is “currently being investigated.”

“The incident that took place last November 14 in McDonald’s Bajada [Davao City] involving an alleged foreign object in one of our products is currently being investigated.”

The statement also mentioned that “the restaurant is undergoing a series of internal and third party food safety and sanitation checks to ensure that all our products and the environment where they are prepared and cooked, meet our global standards of quality, safety and cleanliness.”

Here’s the full official statement:

OFFICIAL STATEMENT FROM McDONALD’S PHILIPPINES
Re: McDonald’s Bajada food issue

The incident that took place last November 14 in McDonald’s Bajada [Davao City] involving an alleged foreign object in one of our products is currently being investigated.

The restaurant is undergoing a series of internal and third party food safety and sanitation checks to ensure that all our products and the environment where they are prepared and cooked, meet our global standards of quality, safety and cleanliness.

We implement strict guidelines and work closely with all our suppliers and partners in following stringent protocols.

Rest assured, McDonald’s is committed to ensuring that all necessary measures are taken to serve great tasting, safe and quality food.

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