Categories
Food Industry News

McDonald's is experimenting with fresh cutlets

In the Texas restaurants McDonald's in the United States appeared hamburgers with meatballs made from fresh minced meat instead of frozen. According to USA Today, fresh beef burgers can be tasted at 14 restaurants in the Dallas area.

The corporation began this test in November, but it is still early to draw conclusions about the further transition to fresh minced meat cuts instead of frozen ones, the company notes. “Like all of our tests, this one is also designed to see what works and what does not work in our restaurants,” said Lisa McComb, a McDonald's spokesperson.

McDonald's menu experiments began to halt sales and better compete with other developing chain restaurants, such as Shake Shack and In-N-Out, which offer fresh meat burgers. Earlier in McDonald's in Texas and Ohio appeared big-maki big and small sizes.

McDonald's - one of the world's largest fast food chains, has more than 36 thousands of restaurants around the world. The company, according to its data, serves 69 million visitors daily in more than 100 countries around the world. In the US, McDonald's has more than 14 thousand restaurants.

See also ... 27/05/2013 Nine-year-old American woman scolded President McDonald's26 / 05/2014 McDonald's: employees have a competitive salary24 / 04/2014 McDonald's warns investors about the risks12 / 03/2014 McDonald's sales fall Depression20 / 10/2015 McDonald's loses visitors to the USA23 / 04/2014 McDonald's workers rally held in the USA on 23/05/2014 McDonald's in the USA will sell breakfast 03 hours / 09 McDonald's advises its employees not to get involved in fast food2015 / 24/10 Fast food workers on strike in the USA05 / 2016/25 McDon alds will switch eggs from “free” chickens 12/2013/05 McDonald's agreed to pay a fine of $ 12 thousand for deceiving Muslims2014 / 10/09 McDonald's will relieve “nuggets” of harmful additives2015/22/01 McDonald's net profit decreased by 2013%

Add a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to combat spam. Find out how your comment data is processed.