Tasty and vintage. The new fast food chain is replacing McDonald’s in Russia

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In March McDonald’s has suspended operations Russia in response to the war in Ukraine. In mid-May, the owner of the chain announced that he would sell his business to him in Russia. The immediate cause of the decision is the Kremlin’s actions against Ukraine.

On Sunday, the restaurants where McDonald’s used to be, reopened their doors in Moscow with a new Russian brand and name: Wkusno i Toko, which can be translated as “Tasty and Dot” – reports the agency Reuters.

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In total, 15 stores were opened in the capital and in the suburbs, attracting crowds of customers. In Moscow, a restaurant was opened on Pushkin Square. Hundreds of people gathered on the street and the order was guarded by agents of the two special police regiments who had stopped the demonstrations earlier.

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The menu includes fries, burgers and sodas. Although, as noted by Reuters, the menu offerings are scarcer than the original. The packaging and equipment of the premises are reminiscent of the previous chain, but without the characteristic colors and McDonald’s logos.

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As the Reuters agency points out, the assortment could undergo variations due to the withdrawal of foreign suppliers from the Russian market. For now, the company uses Coca-Cola stock, but will look for a replacement.

Oleg Paroyev, CEO of the new fast food chain, said the company plans to reopen 200 restaurants in Russia for the blanket June, and all 850 by the end of the summer.

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The new owner of the chain said the company employs 51,000 people. He also noted that the company will keep “affordable” prices, but did not rule out that they will increase slightly in the near future.

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