What's new ? - 2018

What's new ? - 2018

The annual benchmark report: McDonald’s has outperformed its global rivals

24 February, 2018

McDonald's has topped a global ranking of farm animal welfare standards among fast food chains, according to the annual benchmark report.
The fast food giant beat KFC, Burger King, Subway and Starbucks in the sixth Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare (BBFAW) ranking of 110 global food companies. No fast food company achieved the top "tier one" status in the ranking but McDonald's, which feeds 68 million people every day, ranked towards the top of tier two after making farm animal welfare a part of its business strategy.
KFC, Pizza Hut and Starbucks could only manage tier five, defined as showing limited evidence of implementation, while Subway and Burger King both ranked in tier four, defined as making progress.
McDonald's commitments to animal welfare have included sourcing eggs from cage-free hens in the UK, Europe and New Zealand.

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