WHEN McDonald's released its second-quarter financial results in July, it revealed that U.S. comparable sales decreased 2.0%.
The slumping sales were attributed to failed products and promotions, but recent decisions by the company have made it clear that it is willing to try several different approaches to turn things around.
As the largest global fast-food chain, the latest decision is significant for animal agriculture, w
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