EVERYONE loves dipping their chips in McDonald's sauces – especially it's unique sweet and sour one.
But the truth of what it's really made of has left a sour – not sweet – taste in some people's mouths.
One woman has left people "shaken" after taking to TikTok to reveal what the sauce is actually made of.
The content creator's video, posted under @evs_kii, has totted up over 300 comments from shocked foodies.
"Sweet and sour sauce, McDonald’s," she said.
"Am I the only one that didn’t know what fruit it’s made of until today?
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"Have a guess, have a guess."
After giving people a three second countdown, she then said: "F**king apricot. It’s apricot!"
People in the comments section were equally shaken by her discovery.
"I said mango SO confidently," one wrote.
"I had no idea that it was even a fruit!"
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To which the woman replied: "Honestly I never even thought about it, I just ate it.
"Something told me to read the ingredient whilst eating my chippies and I was shoooooketh.
"It’s made me think so much about other stuff I just eat and don’t know what’s in it haha."
"Low-key thought it was pineapple," another wrote.
"This is all I eat and I would never think!" a third admitted.
"It's made from a fruit??????" someone else questioned.
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"Im sure the curry is too," another commented.
To which the woman replied: "Neverrrr, I’m going to have to go order a maccies just to see the sauce now."
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