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There’s no place for artificial preservatives in the global McDonald’s menu anymore, including in India. In a move that caters to the changing preferences of its young, calorie-conscious customers, McDonald’s India (West & South) has already begun to rein-in the sodium content in its fries,…More

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If McDonald’s India (West & South) was to treat the business base of its delivery service, McDelivery, as an independent business, it would come up pretty high in the list of food companies in the country. That in itself is a measure of the success…More

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In Porto, Portugal, a McDonald’s restaurant is located in a historical building from the 1930s known as the Imperial Cafe. While an eagle statue adorns the gate, the inside has high ceilings, chandeliers and stained glasses, straight out of the Portugal history. There are many…More

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Imagine an evening in 1990. If someone had to hang out with their friends, destinations of choice would have been either a local snacks shop or cinemas or one would ask friends to come home. Comparing this scenario with today, a word that differentiate the…More

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A handful of the almost half-a-million McDonald’s employees around the world walk up to the stage to receive the McDonald’s President’s Award, a recognition of the contribution they have made to the company. Saurabh Kalra, Director, Special Projects and TL&D, McDonald’s India (West and South),…More

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McDonald’s puts a lot of thought into its food. And care. Every product reaches the table after a journey that goes back to the time when a field, a farmer or a facility was marked out as a potential source for a product that would…More

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McDonald’s India (West & South) plans to double the base of its in-store brand McCafé by the end of 2017, reports the Economic Times. With McCafé, McDonald’s gets an opportunity to serve customers at all hours and not just during peak lunch and dinner hours.…More

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People may debate for years whether it was the chicken or the egg that came first. But in case of salsa and tomatoes, the latter definitely came first. It was the Spaniards that found tomatoes in 1519-1521, leading to the birth of the salsa sauce.…More

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During the early 1990s, eating out was reserved for rare celebrations in India. Things have changed at a steady pace ever since, with people eating out more often than ever. A report in Food Service India talks about how McDonald’s has played a huge role…More

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