The proportion of daily values (DV) and RDIs, along with the recommended daily intake, are calculated using unrounded values.
The daily caloric needs of each person vary according to their values. A 2,000 calorie diet is based on the daily percentage values of the Daily Values (DV).
January 2022, unless otherwise specified, is the correct information for this. While transitioning to cooking oil in our restaurants, some restaurants may still have remaining amounts of TBHQ in their cooking oil. However, to reduce the splash of cooking oil, dimethylpolysiloxane is added as an aid in their processing, along with citric acid in a combination of vegetable oil, which is used to cook our fried products on the menu. We use natural flavors that come from honey, dairy, vegetable, or animal sources. Our menu is promoted as gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian. McDonald’s in the United States does not declare or certify that any of their products comply with any religious type, Kosher, or Halal. The sizes of beverages might vary from one area to another. It is normal for there to be variations in the nutritional content of the products we serve in our restaurants. The formulas of the products may vary periodically. The nutritional information provided by McDonald’s in the US is rounded and based on the average values of the supplied ingredients, in compliance with the current NLEA (Nutritional Education and Labeling Act) in the US. Such information is based on standard recipes and includes ice in beverages. All nutritional information is based on the average values of the supplied ingredients by McDonald’s suppliers. Such information is based on standard recipes and includes ice in beverages.