For the first time in 50 years, McDonald's is making changes.  It's about the burger

For the first time in 50 years at McDonald's restaurants in the British Isles There will be “big changes” – local media report. The giant announced changes that caused a huge uproar, but it was all for the sake of customers and the quality of the meals provided. It's all scheduled to start in the second half of March.

From now on, McDonald's burgers will be prepared differently In the islands and Ireland, the changes will affect Big Macs and cheeseburgers, which are cult items for some customers. The method of preparing and serving it has not changed fundamentally since the 1980s, and according to The Mirror journalists, the biggest changes will affect beef dishes.

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The beef burger is one of the staple dishes in McDonald's restaurants. So it may be a big surprise to customers. Dishes should be prepared with meat that is better cooked and at the same time juicier. The chain will also make sure it's warm so the burger is delivered from the kitchen directly to the customer. Onions should be added to the rolls, which gives them a more “charred” taste.

Rolls will not be served without vegetables, which are also subject to change. The employee will serve the lettuce straight from the refrigerator onto the sandwich, which will provide it with “extra crunch.” By the way, it will be possible to replace the classic menu with the “brioche” type, which has become a success for McDonald's in many countries.

Similar changes to those currently in place in the UK have already been introduced In Giant restaurants in the United States of America and Australia. Most importantly, it has been received positively by customers, which is crucial for the chain. Even at the expense of the quality and tradition of the dishes served.

They write about the changes quite skeptically. What will people say and how will they react to the news? According to the employees of the giant company, “just some minor improvements make a big difference in taste” and everything will be for the benefit of customers.

McDonald's has been operating in the United Kingdom since 1974. Today it has 1,270 restaurants across the UK (including Ireland), and the American giant employs more than 120,000 people. The changes aim to make American burgers “better than ever.” Will this happen? Time will tell.

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