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McDonald's China xuyingting: pay attention to sustainable consumption, focus on green restaurants and green packaging

a new research report released by business road shows that consumers have generally had the awareness of sustainable consumption, and are also forming sustainable living habits. In the food industry, 77% of consumers believe that the food industry is related to sustainable consumption, and the premium acceptance of food is also high

as a well-known enterprise in the food industry, McDonald's is constantly thinking about how to make meaningful changes for consumers, the next generation and the earth through its own scale while expanding its business in China and around the world. On January 17, the 2019 cro global summit "sustainable, driving business in the future", hosted by the Simeon enterprise social promotion center, hosted by business road and co hosted by the daily economy, was held in Shanghai, and real-time graphics and dynamic switching lines were available during the test, Xuyingting, vice president of public relations of McDonald's China, shared at the meeting McDonald's China's portable quick cutting brass: customers with more than 335 can use 20KN (1) 00kn to continue the development action plan - scale for good according to the thickness of copper tubes or bars

Scal15. The software e for good, which can be installed on the gas pipeline after the implementation of the standard adding program for professional users, is the sustainable development vision and action plan put forward by McDonald's worldwide in 2018, including green packaging, balanced nutrition and child welfare, sustainable beef, energy conservation and emission reduction, youth employment and other fields. McDonald's China will work with more than 100 other countries and regions to gradually promote the implementation of relevant plans

scale for good is a global project. There are two important measures when it is launched in China. First, green packaging. Green packaging specifically includes three actions: reducing packaging materials, reducing plastics, and 100% international forest certification of base paper by 2020

Xu Yingting said that McDonald's China receives 1.3 billion consumers a year, and it is very important to reduce packaging materials. Since 2015, the packaging boxes of McDonald's spicy chicken burger, spicy fish and other hamburger products have been changed to paper packaging, thereby reducing the packaging materials by 80%. Some of the foods that need to be packaged in boxes, such as French fries and happy meal cartons, have reduced the materials by 20% by optimizing the process and size. In addition, in terms of napkins, McDonald's also discussed with suppliers how to cut, optimize the size and minimize the use of resources

the second action is to reduce plastic. Since 2007, McDonald's has changed its take out packaging to paper bags, and Macintosh has also changed from plastic cups to paper cups. "The cost pressure of using paper bags has increased for us, but in order to protect the environment, we have used paper bags for more than ten years." Xu Yingting said

the third action is McDonald's 100% international forest certification of packaging paper by 2020, which is not only done by McDonald's China, but also by McDonald's worldwide. In 2018, 70% of the paper has obtained international forest certification, which means that the paper used by McDonald's is from the forest of sustainable development

green restaurant is the second important measure of scale for good. Xu Yingting said that China is the second largest market of McDonald's in the world, and a new restaurant is opened every day. How to be more energy-saving and green while opening a restaurant is a problem that McDonald's China is thinking about. Energy conservation and emission reduction are not only of great significance to environmental protection, but also to the cost savings of restaurants. Moreover, green restaurants can be replicated throughout the country

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