I was not aware of that. That could prove interesting, as to how long the wait is to place my "observation". I wonder how many others would bother calling.LOL. It looks like I have learned, from this experience, and may not use it now. If you knew there was a 800 number, then you probably could have just posted it.LOL. I can see why they have others that have the winning edge. I still think there could be a comment section set up. Thanks, however, for informing me of the info, on the bag. This has proven, even more, that it's a hassle to try to make a difference.LOL. Have a great day.
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I had gone through the drive thru, the first time, and gave them the benefit of the doubt. I found the meat to have better quality, than in a few years past. The second time, at a different location(within the same state, but different city), I gave another try. It was the very same thing. The answer is "no". I did not tell the manager, because it appeared to be an overall problem. I have eaten many, many big macs, over the years, growing up. That used to be my preferred choice, until I began to notice that the quality of meat had gone down. I craved them.LOL. It was the special sauce and those dehydrated onions, for me.
Most would not tell these experiences, and just never return again or care. I believe they need to have a website, by which others can voice on what their experience was. As a general rule(not always, but some times) managers just do not care. Most are afraid to complain, because of having their hamburger dropped on the floor or some nonsense done to it. Mickey Dee's used to rank way up there, but quality went down and others began to go to Wendy's. Maybe some one will read this post, and therefore know that for one to project dissatisfaction, there are many dissatisfied and are never heard from. This happened at more than just one Mickey Dees. Have a good day.
How would like to bust your butt all day in a broiling farm field for $5 an hour, because if you will; theirs a lot of folks out their who will trade places with you, and your present salary any day of the week.
Bend over, here it comes again franchisees. The latest round of reinvestment required to implement McD latest idea is soon upon you. HQ is in such a panic to reverse this sales slide they're busy at work formulating ways to change the trend. As usual it's gonna cost you. HQ is like a bunch of weasels on crack. They really don't care how much you have to spend to implement their latest attempted fix. This investment will be soon forgotten as they will have yet another new plan in a few months and you get to do it all over again.
Your customers will notice slower service since you'll have to cut your labor to try to make up some of the investment. Maybe HQ will get it right this time, but I wouldn't count on it.
Stock is stuck in the mud.
Propping up the share price from the new CEO will ultimately cost MCD as sales and profits continue to fall,shares fair valued around $88. ~$89.,no more!
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Won't touch over $89.,Price Target cuts coming again,new CEO will prove not to be the answer to MCD woes!
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Apple did double in 3 years. In 2012 it was trading at the equivalent of 50 a share. Now it's at 124. But I do agree mcd is not doubling. They have a lot of problems to iron out before that happens.
I have went to the website, but I could not find a way to send a message. Therefore, I see no other way by which to make a comment on the food. I, recently, decided to give McDonald's another couple of tries. I tried the Big Mac, twice, at different locations. They were void of the dehydrated onions! As all can recall, the jingle stated, "two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, ONIONS, on a sesame seed bun". Have those onions been dropped from the Big Mac, or is there a lack of chains placing them on the Big Macs? This, imo, helps to separate it from the other burgers.......the "special sauce" and those onions! This is just my observation.
I'm not a stockholder but have been considering a position. Recently I decided to do some on the job research and stopped by a store to try the NEW Chicken tenders. I thought this would be a great opportunity to expand a great market. I LOVE QUALITY CHICKEN TENDERS! What a missed opportunity. Didn't their tasters and lab people do any research before putting out this overly battered crusty piece of the same #$%$ offered by most competitors? Please McDonald's, I want you to succeed, go taste a Chester's Chicken Tender and charge what ever you want for quality like that. I'll pay if you give me the product. For now, I can't invest because you haven't proven any skill level in regards to new products. Yes, I do love the fillet of fish sandwich.
McDonald's reported very weak comparable sales for February earlier this week.
On a global comp basis, sales declined 1.7% in February, after they already decreased 1.8% in January.
McDonald's' U.S. business is struggling and nothing points towards a near term turnaround in its core market.
At 17.5x forward earnings and 3.3x sales, investors pay a premium price for a company that has yet to come up with a credible and working restructuring plan.
Until McDonald's has proven that it can increase store traffic and sales for six months straight, I wouldn't want to invest in McDonald's. And definitely not at this premium valuation.