Hamburger giant McDonald’s is going to open around 50 new outlets in the Netherlands in the next few years and will also expand its delivery service and cafes, the AD reports.
McDonald’s already has 247 fast-food restaurants in the Netherlands and is looking to ‘fill up the blank spots on the map’, such as Groningen province and the A15 motorway at Hardinxveld-Giessendam,’ McDonald’s spokesperson Eunice Koekkoek told the paper.
McDelivery, which uses delivery service Uber Eats, is already available in the bigger Dutch cities but the company has not yet decided where the service will be operational next, Koekkoek said. The same goes for the McCafé coffee corners in the restaurants.
McDonald’s Dutch turnover grew 11% in 2017 to €811m, with 80% of the Dutch population visiting a McDonald’s at least once a year.
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