In Canada, the farmer began an experiment to test the rumors that products from McDonald’s do not rot or deteriorate.
In Canada, farmer Dave Alexander June 7, 2012 began an experiment to test the rumors that products from McDonald’s do not rot or deteriorate. Six years later he was put up for sale old cheeseburger on eBay for $29.99, informs Rus.Media.
In 2012, Dave sent his daughter to McDonald’s for a cheeseburger and fries. For 6 years the Burger has lost moisture, and the cheese has become light brown, but the fries look almost the same as on the day of purchase.
In the photos that the farmer put in a social networks, old dishes from McDonald’s look appetizing.
A year after the farmer started his experiment, his friend decided to challenge him and he prepared a homemade cheeseburger with fries. Home products 5 years look worse than McDonald’s. Home fries looks like stone fries from McDonald’s looks much better.
As of 6 June the price of the old cheeseburger was $58, the auction was supposed to end on June 12, but eBay removed the lot from sale, explaining that it is not specified shelf life that is required for food sold on the portal.
The man is angered, because restaurant food is not a priori specify an expiration date, that is, that eBay requires from him something against the cheeseburger was not originally.