The food giant is warning customers about a product it says contains too much sugar.
The “spaghetti spaghetti soup” is sold in select restaurants and on some products at McDonald’s restaurants nationwide, including some in California and New York.
McDonald’s said the spaghetti squash, which it calls “McDonalds spaghetti,” contains 40 percent sugar, which exceeds federal guidelines.
That is too little, the company said in a statement on Thursday.
The product also contains high levels of sodium, sodium chloride and phosphorus.
It is not clear what exactly the sodium levels in the product are.
McFarlane said it was “looking into the matter” and will update customers when they receive their final order.
The company said that while the “spice” in the sauce contains the ingredient, “it is not in our code of taste and does not contain any spice.”
The company has long struggled to control its food ingredient.
McKesson & Jones, the largest U.S. food processing company, is the largest restaurant owner in the U.K.
McKinsey said in January that it would be “taking a much more responsible approach to food ingredients” by restricting certain types of processed meats and cheeses from its menu.
McDonnell’s statement on the spaghetti soup was released after the Food and Drug Administration released a report on Wednesday that said it contained “unsafe levels of sugar and sodium.”
The FDA has not said whether it is reviewing the McMcGraw complaint.