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New kitchen to boost fastfood services

By ATASA MOCEITUBA
Monday, July 07, 2014

Update: 5:08PM THE opening of a new kitchen is expected to boost services offered by a leading world-wide fastfood chain in the country.

McDonald's this morning opened a new kitchen at its Laucala Bay outlet where customers can expect changes in terms of service.

Company's operations manager Verenaisi Wong says the new set-up involves digital orders.

"Previously burgers are held in a production bin for up to 10 minutes and if they are not sold they are discarded. With the new platform, the burgers are prepared as per order," said Ms Wong.

She said in this way their customers could expect their burgers to be hot and fresh.








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