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McDonald’s Croatia Opens Doors Behind The Scenes

As part of their quality and transparency campaign McDonald’s restaurants in Croatia have opened up their doors this week to give the public a behind the scenes look at how the restaurant operates – from how it selects and prepares its food, to what goes on in the crew room, to how it deals with its waste.

McDonald’s Open Days have started in 15 of McDonald’s 20 restaurants in Croatia with visitors receiving a orgainsed tour and an opportunity to have all their curiosities answered.

“In McDonald’s we always listen to our customers and we want to answer all questions they have about our food and our business. McDonald’s Open Days is organised as part of our campaign regarding quality and transparency where we want our customers and the public to be informed about McDonald’s high quality standards, answer concerns about the health and safety of our food, the business organisation and involvement in the community in which we operate. All interested visitors have an opportunity to see what it looks like on “the other side of the counter,” said Pavel Pavlicek from Globalna hrana, who hold the McDonald’s franchise in Croatia.

McDonald’s have been operating in Croatia for the last 17 years and now have 20 restaurants and 8 McCafe’s. Over 32,000 people visit McDonald’s in Croatia daily. McDonald’s open days run until 19 May.

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