Disgusting alarm at new restaurants
Russian McDonald’s offers axis burgers
When McDonald’s pulled out of Russia, a local franchisee bought the restaurants. Some of them reopened in June. But after these films the appetite of customers must have already passed.
Published: 06/07/2022 20:57
After the outbreak of war in Ukraine, Russia experienced an exodus of Western institutions. McDonald’s, a fast food chain with more than 800 restaurants, has pulled out of the country. However, Russians won’t have to do without burgers and fries for long.
In May, the US company sold its restaurants to a local franchisee. So far in June, 50 restaurants in and around Moscow have reopened under the name Vkusno & Tochka, which is delicious and ready. However, the name is nothing program.
Countless pictures of coated burgers have been circulating on social media. Insect legs are said to have been found on some. There are many complaints of meat missing from cheeseburgers or cheese sauces that have already expired. French fries can’t compare to McDonald’s Origin.
McDonald’s Locals can buy back
When Vkusno & Tochka took over the restaurants, they promised to do better than McDonald’s. After all, the company has now taken action. A spokesperson for the chain told Newsweek that the manufacturer was contacted and the affected food was disposed of. “Our guests will get used to the new name and understand that they are no longer at McDonald’s, but at Vkusno & Tochka”.
The company is in a hurry. The company’s CEO, Alexander Gorov, said all 850 former McDonald’s restaurants will reopen under the new name by September. Although McDonald’s has closed its Russia business, it retains the right to buy back its previous restaurants after 15 years.
The first McDonald’s in Russia opened in Moscow in 1991 after the fall of the Berlin Wall. It was a powerful symbol of easing tensions between the United States and the then Soviet Union. Fast food places were later taken over by Russians. (chit)
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