Russia wants to fine McDonald's over Coca-Cola
The reason was an advertisement in which the chain promised a 0.4-liter bottle of cola for free with an order of 100 rubles or more, but actually gave customers 0.25 liters of carbonated beverage. "McDonald's explained this as a technical error. Nevertheless, the Russian antimonopoly service considered the ad to be inaccurate and initiated an administrative case.Earlier it was reported that "McDonald's" and "Burger King" will move to reusable dishes. Companies want to minimize waste from restaurants, so visitors will soon have the opportunity to rent eco-friendly cups for coffee and containers for sandwiches.Customers will have to pay a deposit for the use of the cup or container when picking up orders at fast-food restaurants. To get the money back, customers must scan the utensils into the Loop app and return them to the establishment or a special collection point.In late September, McDonald's announced its intention to eliminate "virgin" plastic in Happy Meal toys for children by 2025.