What do you think? "Natural ingredients" doesn't mean much, does it?
By "fake" I mean, bits of chicken made to look real, but actually created from chicken paste, the way McNuggets are.
There are no regulations when it comes to a lot of the advertising used on a food product. I encourage people to consider what a piece of meat looks like when it is freshly cut from the animal; it's usually not uniform.
I think the only way you'd find an answer is by contacting the company to inquire about how the meat is processed.
Susan Macfarlane, MScA, RD
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
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