This indicates that McDonald is dealing with a difficult time. As it’s now facing a lawsuit as the customers accuse the chain of serving mozzarella sticks lacking in cheesiness.
A guy in California is pursuing $5 million in damages from your fast food giant for himself and 40 other consumers who have been supposedly served mozzarella sticks with inadequate cheese, based on the Business Insider.
The planned class action suit alleges the sticks aren’t “100% real cheese,” but instead partly composed of starch filler. “We mean to defend ourselves vigorously against these claims.”
The suit is seemingly not directly linked to recent social networking outrage triggered by McDonald’s customers who say they were served hollowed-out mozzarella sticks. McDonald’s started mozzarella sticks nationally in January within a new “McPick 2” promotion, allowing customers to decide two of the following for $2: a McDouble, a McChicken, small chips, and mozzarella sticks.
The mozzarella sticks will also be accessible on their very own, costing $1 for three sticks.