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    Muhammad Ashiq ©
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McDonald's makes fast food faster

We’ve all experienced ordering food at a restaurant and having to wait ages for it to be ready. Aiming to solve the problem, McDonald’s is running a test programme with the promise of delivering drive-thru orders within 60 seconds - or customers receive a free lunch.

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