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McDonald's: the food that's not coming fast enough for Americans

Independent
Sunday, 23 September 2012

A leaked memo from McHQ has riled McDonald's fans in the US: the arrival of the McRib (an occasional addition to the standard Maccy D menu) on American menus has been knocked back until December this year. Apparently the men in grey want an end-of-year sales uplift.
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Source: The Daily Freeman - on September 26, 2012

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