Mickey D Tells Outlets To Limit Paper Bag Usage, Serve Indoor Dinners With Trays Instead – IOTW Report

Mickey D Tells Outlets To Limit Paper Bag Usage, Serve Indoor Dinners With Trays Instead

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The latest supply chain challenge to hit McDonald’s Corp. is the lack of paper bags for food orders. The chain told restaurant owners to limit their bag orders from suppliers as usage is above seasonal trends, according to an internal message from the fast-food company, seen by The Wall Street Journal

McDonald’s said customers who dine inside are demanding Big Macs, McNuggets, and fries be served in bags rather than trays which have compounded the tightness of the paper bag supplies.


11 Comments on Mickey D Tells Outlets To Limit Paper Bag Usage, Serve Indoor Dinners With Trays Instead

  1. “Many new crew members have never had to deal with trays before,” the company said in the late-July message. The “transition to using trays has been slower, more difficult because we haven’t done it in so long.”

    Yep these people that struggle with putting food on a tray are worthy of $15 per hour.

    Good Lord.

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  2. I quit going to my local McD’s a couple of years ago when I realized that I was the only one in the place that spoke english.

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  3. Panera Bread recently went back to trays for indoor diners. I heard some employees discussing it and they preferred to take out more trash bags full of paper products than to clean the utensils, plates, bowls and trays.

  4. Lot of McDoofs’ around me dont have open dining rooms anyway. Not direcly related to the Coof, just don’t have enough people to staff.

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  5. Different Tim : Did a swim to your side yesterday, had to dive under a pontoon boat, getting to old for that.

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  6. They were implementing trays in 1973 for this exact reason – reduce paper waste.

    What happened in the mean time?

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