The Very Official McDonalds (and other fast food outlets) Thread

bilky asko
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Jonwo wrote: Fri 29 Jul, 2022 13.42 Surely a wooden or bamboo spoon would be better than cardboard.
It could be a way of reducing the number of waste streams for McDonald's, seeing as they already have paper straws and don't use cutlery for anything else. It may well simply be a cost issue.
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bilky asko wrote: Fri 29 Jul, 2022 14.28 seeing as they already have paper straws and don't use cutlery for anything else.
Falsehood!

There are loads of other things which require cutlery - salads, burgers when ordered bunless and then at breakfast you have pancakes, jam muffins, porridge etc.
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WillPS wrote: Fri 29 Jul, 2022 14.55
bilky asko wrote: Fri 29 Jul, 2022 14.28 seeing as they already have paper straws and don't use cutlery for anything else.
Falsehood!

There are loads of other things which require cutlery - salads, burgers when ordered bunless and then at breakfast you have pancakes, jam muffins, porridge etc.
This is what I get for not trying everything on the menu! Still, I think it could well be them wanting to reduce the number of waste streams.
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