McDonald’s warns its India customers; heres why
Well known food chain McDonald’s on Thursday warned its customers that they face potential health hazard while eating at its branded outlets run by Connaught Plaza Restaurants (CPRL) in north and east India.
The ingredients used at the restaurants were not in line with the chain’s global standards, a McDonald’s India spokesperson said.
It was informed that they need to be shut.
CPRL, McDonald’s estranged joint-venture partner, operates 160 eateries in east and north, 84 of which were shut down earlier this week.
The 84 outlets were closed due to CPRL’s logistics partner Radhakrishna Foodland discontinuing its services over alleged non-payment of dues.>