McDonald’s Run Out Of Town By Popular Farmers’ Market

Filed under: Business — @ December 29, 2006


Cheap McDonald’s junk food beat out by fresh farmer’s market

This story is a gentle reminder that the whole world hasn’t gone completely off the deep end nutritionally just yet.

When the world’s most recognized restaurant chain decided to infiltrate the community of Tavistock, Devon in the UK back in 1999, they had high hopes that it would produce high profits as people became addicted to the decidedly unhealthy menu offerings. McDonald’s thought it was going to be able to add another achievement to its neverending quest for worldwide domination.

But they didn’t expect this at all.

Find out why one community rejected the high-carb junk food provided by McDonald’s in favor of healthier options by clicking here.

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