McDonald’s worker shares secret tips on what you should and shouldn’t order


A McDonald’s worker has shared some tips on what to do and what to avoid when ordering at the fast food giant.

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The insider, who works at a branch in Essex, said that a machine which makes ice isn’t cleaned “as often as it should be”.

And he claimed that staff are told to make a fresh batch of fries each time a customer requests them without salt.

And the worker encouraged diners not to order milkshake – claiming the mix is the same as the company’s ice cream.

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Offering his advice, the staff member said: ‘Order your chips without any salt because then we have to make a fresh batch of fries.”

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He said: “I just don’t see the point in paying for one or the other when they are literally made from the same thing.”

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