Have you ever been a little creeped out to find a surprisingly well-preserved French fry underneath your car seat, even though you were sure it had been months since your last trip through the drive through?
This phenomenon may be more common than you think.
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A U.K.-based nutritionist has created a museum of seemingly undead fast food treats, from French fries and pizza slices and hamburgers and fried chicken, according to the New York Post. TikTok users got a peek into the collection through video posted by the nutritionist’s daughter Elif Kandemir, said the outlet.
As of Monday, the video already had more than 3.3 million views. It shows pantry drawers are filled with food that looks like it could have been recently picked up. However, Kandemir said most of the items are one to two years old.
“My mum is a nutritionist helping to tackle obesity,” said text accompanying the video. “These foods shown here are ultra-processed foods that 80% of the U.K. consume on a regular basis.”