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  • McDonald’s serves up table service in Germany
  • McDonald’s serves up table service in Germany
    Mike Mozart (2014) ©
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McDonald’s serves up table service in Germany

What do you expect from your experience when you head into a McDonald’s? Outrageously long queues? Check. Outrageously low prices? Check. Table service? Wait, what? That’s exactly what German customers can now expect, as the chain attempts to win hearts and stomachs in one of its weakest markets.

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