The quality of the meat in hamburgers is an obsession for McDonald's. For example, this explains the more than 35,000 checks per year carried out to verify that the most rigorous quality standards are met. The meat comes from more than 15,000 Italian farms, mostly located in Piedmont, Lombardy, Veneto and Emilia Romagna. The supplier is Inalca, a leading company in the sector.
In 2018, together with Coldiretti, Inalca and A.I.A., a project was launched in favor of sustainability in the Italian beef supply chain, with the aim of ensuring an even higher quality standard in respect of animal welfare. By 2021, over 1,000 farms have been included in the project, which will become 4,000 by the end of 2023.
Finally, the quality of the meat is also enhanced by the very simple cooking: just a pinch of salt and pepper and a hot plate to seal all the juices inside and have even more appetizing burgers.
Chicken recipes contain 100% Italian chicken. And not just any chicken, but signed by Amadori, raised on the ground and without GMO feed. The origin? Veneto, Lombardy, Emilia Romagna, Marche, Abruzzo and Molise.
The milk that is used in all restaurants to prepare our ice cream cones, Sundae and McFlurries is 100% Italian whole milk. Granarolo supplies it and comes from Italian farms. It is a controlled product at all stages, from harvest to production, and excels in freshness, goodness and safety.
In addition to the great classics, Crispy Mcbacon, Big Mac and McChicken, some juicy innovations have been introduced:
Chicken Big Mac: a reinterpretation of the great classic, created with two layers of fried chicken.
Bacon Big Mac: To give that extra touch, adding bacon is a must.