Burger King is removing artificial preservatives from its burgers, which means they can mold. It wants to show customers that the burgers are fresh. (AP)
A worker at Burger King makes burgers in the kitchen of the restaurant. These won’t be moldy! (AP)
A fresh whopper. (Burger King)
The same whopper, after it sat a long time, covered in mold. (Burger King)
The outside of a Burger King restaurant. (AP)
Look at the fresh burger. Watch its color change. The bread is turning blue. The meat is turning green.
The burger is covered in fuzzy mold. Fresh food gets old. It grows mold.