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McDonald's releases video showing that McRibs are made with real food

The McRib is a seasonal menu item for McDonald's and has a big following, but also has its detractors.

By Scott Smith

OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 5 (UPI) -- McDonald's is continuing its effort to reach out through advertising on YouTube and social media to answer questions about how its food is made.

After a video on the production of Chicken McNuggets went viral, the fast-food chain again enlisted Grant Imahara, a host on cable TV's popular "Mythbusters" show, to demystify how McRibs are made.

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McDonald's invited Virginia high school teacher Wes Bellamy, who tweeted "Woooowwww!!" to a viral picture of a frozen McRib patty, to partake in the video.

In the video, Imahara and Bellamy tour a food processing plant in Oklahoma where the McRib is made.

The McRib is a seasonal menu item for McDonald's and has a big following, but also has its detractors.

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