Is Wendy’s serving chemical fries.
You read the title right.
Wendy’s fans are left in shock.
After finding out their fries are being covered in chemicals that are meant for cosmetics.
Wendy’s Chemical French Fries
Dimethylpolysiloxane a so-called anti- foaming chemical is commonly used in Wendy’s frying oil.
Fans are left confused and frustrated after finding this out.
Fans took to Twitter to express their confusion.
“”natural” fries contain dimethylpolysiloxane, an anti-foaming agent found in Silly Putty.” – @DaveZinczenko
“Can u pronounce “Dimethylpolysiloxane”? Do u know what it is? Well that’s waht ur eating on Wendy’s natural cut fries.” -@LyricalPreacher
This ingredient is actually more common than you’d think.
You might even have something that contains it in your kitchen already.
Products such as chocolate, gum, cooking oil and vinegar all contain dimethylpolysiloxane.
Their is also no evidence that suggests it’s not safe for us to consume.
And Wendy’s is not the only food chain that uses this chemical.
Some other chains that use it are the following
- Taco Bell
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