Seems like a pretty efficient process to me. All the bits that might go to waste are be fed to people who are happy to eat it. Good on them. Surely it's better than going to Waitrose, just buying the best bits and expecting the rest of the chicken to go in the bin.
Can you guess what McDonalds food item this is?
I can remember watching a programme with Rick Stein who claimed that free range chicken tasted a lot better than intensively reared chicken. They did a blind test and the intensively reared chicken was his first choice. Foods snobs quite often talk out of the arse (imo).
There is nothing wrong with McD's in moderation and their food is better than a lot of the food sold in cafes / supermarkets.
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