McDonald’s hints at home delivery plans

McDonald’s hints at home delivery plans

McDonald’s who have delivery services in South Korea, China, Dubai and Singapore are rumoured to be considering the move in it’s 5 largest markets next. These consist of the UK, US, France, Germany and Canada.

With 75% of the population 3 minutes away from a McDonald’s yet a loss of 500 million customers since 2012 the company is pulling out all the steps to try and stay as the number 1 for fast food.

Also, since 2016 over 750 stores have been transformed into their new ‘black style’ stores, complete with touch to order devices, collection and even table service.

But that isn’t all we expect to change, see below for other rumoured changes that we may see in the UK.

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The fast food chain has renamed a McCafe in Camperdown, Sydney as The Corner. And you’ll have to look hard for any McDonald’s branding, which is limited to tiny logos on staff badges and takeaway bags. 1

A McDonald’s Statement read:

“One of the most significant disruptions in the restaurant business today is the rapid increase in delivery. Through technology, delivery has changed the way customers order, pay, track and receive food and provide feedback.

“Coupled with the explosive growth in third-party delivery companies, the landscape has created an exceptional opportunity for growth.

“Because of our extraordinary footprint, McDonald’s is uniquely positioned to become the global leader in delivery.”

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Garlic Chips have been trialled in the US

What else can we expect to see from them?

  • McDonald’s taste tested ‘Garlic Fries’ in the US and they were a hit!
  • Fresh, never-frozen beef patties being tested in Dallas USA
  • All-day breakfast
  • McDs tested a “Grand Mac” and a “Mac Jr.” The “Grand Mac” has 61% more beef than your typical Big Mac
  • Sweet Potato Fries

Which of the above changes would you like? (Tick all that apply)

Which of the above changes would you like?

 

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