Speaking at the Open Door Tour in Douglasdale on Thursday, Marketing and Business Insight Manager, Daniel Padiachy, said they were making preparations to make the visitors feel at home.
We want both national teams players and fans coming for the World Cup to enjoy the same type of food with the same taste as they do at home, said Padiachy.
Speaking at the same ceremony, Marketing and Communications Director, Sechaba Motsieloa, said South Africas outlet had the same menu as other global outlets.
We will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We will be providing foodstuffs during matches at all match venues. Our facilities have been tested, and are in good shape, said Motsieloa.
The Open Door Tour showed the media how the workers in the fast-food outlets would be able to experience daily operations of the business and gain an in-depth understanding of the safety and quality practices related to McDonalds food preparation.
As a FIFA World Cup Sponsor until 2014, this enables McDonalds to continue to bring the worlds passion of food and football through their slogan Im lovin it, said Motsieloa.
In terms of hygiene, health and safety, McDonalds has met the standards for international.
Already McDonalds South Africa has recently launched the McValue Lunch promotion, which offers customers a complete meal with drink for R19.95.
The offer, which has been running since February, allows customers to enjoy quality menu options at reduced prices, weekdays from 12 noon to 2 pm.
McDonalds South Africa Marketing and Insights Manager, Daniel Padiachy, says the move is in response to changing customer needs and the current economic environment.
In the current economic climate, McDonalds believe more than ever in putting customers first by giving them even greater value on the food they love.Post published in: News