McDonald’s Set To Open Its First Meat-Free Chain Branch in India
Fastfood chain, McDonald's, will open two vegetarian locations in India next year
Mcdonald’s revealed its plans to open its first meat-free branch in India, next year. The Golden Arches is set to build its two vegetarian restaurants in two locations, one at the northern Indian city of Amritsar and a second one at the city of town of Katra, which are both in close proximity of a holy site.
In respect to the Indian culture, the fast food chain are already serving vegetarian meals as a part of their regular menu. Currently, their kitchens are divided separate sections for cooking vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. They have also replaced meat-based meals with different vegetarian options such as McVeggie burgers and McSpicy Paneer sandwiches.
McDonald’s spokesman Rajesh Kumar Main talks about the plan to open an exclusive vegetarian branches:
“It will be the first time we have opened a vegetarian restaurant. There is a big opportunity for vegetarian restaurants [in India] as many Indians are vegetarian.”View Article Source »