Economy | McDonald’s sales are higher than before epidemic

La Provence (with AFP)

Fast food giant McDonald’s sales, driven by an increase in its sandwich and fries orders in the United States, crossed pre-epidemic levels in the first quarter.

The American conglomerate saw its sales at several comparable stores, an important measure in the business, growing by 7.5%.

They have crossed “Level of first quarter of 2019“, Said the restaurant chain’s general manager Chris Kempinski in a statement.

In the United States, they jumped 13.6%, boosting the average order amount as well as continued growth in online delivery and orders.

In particular, during the quarter, the group offered new chicken sandwiches and put spicy chicken nuggets back on the menu.

The series’ international performance, which has 39,160 installations worldwide, is more mixed.

Sales in the UK, Canada and Australia, as well as China and Japan, were good.

They fell sharply in France and Germany.

In many countries, turnover “Various levels of government-imposed restrictions on restaurant operations continue to be affected”, Move the group forward.

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