This is news that will delight those with a keen interest in hygiene. A McDonald’s restaurant in Japan allows its customers to wash their hands…and disinfect their phones. MCE TV tells you everything from A to Z!
At the moment, McDonald’s is expanding its offer and offering lots of new products. Indeed, gourmets have plenty to enjoy in the famous fast food restaurant.
In a few days, it’s the start of the World Cup in Qatar. So, impossible for McDonald’s to miss this opportunity.
Indeed, several burgers, colors and flavors great nations, will be on sale at McDonald’s. There is France, Germany, Mexico or even Spain. But these burgers will only be available in Brazil.
But don’t panic, McDonald’s is also expanding its menu in France. These are not no less than five new which will land in fast food in the coming days.
Among them are mini potato waffles, cheese wedges and a brand new McFlurry. Yum !
Moreover, to go and taste these new dishes, hygiene is paramount. This is why in Japan, a McDonald’s restaurant offers its customers to wash their hands and disinfect their phones. MCE TV tells you more!
In addition to an area for washing hands, this recently opened Mc Donalds in Urawa (Saitama) has a device for cleaning smartphones by UV radiation next to the sink.pic.twitter.com/7Qsl73L7jP
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A new technique to clean your phone
One of the most advanced arguments to criticize fast food is the lack of hygiene. Indeed, many customers complain of sometimes dirty premises, or the fact of eating by hand.
So, to remedy this, a McDonald’s restaurant in Urawa, Japan has thought of everything. To eliminate bacteria and prevent their transmission, there are traditional toilets. But not only !
Indeed, the restaurant also offers… clean his cell phone. Simply insert it into a slot next to the sink. Then, a machine takes care of cleaning it using UV rays.
In about twenty seconds, the system eliminates 99.9% of bacteria present on the phone screen. Ideal when you know the number of miasmas that abound on our smartphones.
In Japan, this kind of machines are taking up more space in the daily landscape. It is possible to find some in libraries in Tokyo. They clean odors and eliminate dust on books.
This isn’t the first time McDonald’s has made a name for itself in Asia. Last August, an advertising campaign caused a lot of talk in Singapore.
Indeed, customers who passed in front of a digital panel had to shout as loud as possible to win brand new McDonald’s ice cream. In total, more than 1,200 ice creams had been offered.
But then, what will be the new com’ stunt of McDonald’s in Asia? Case to follow!