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McDonald’s (MCD) is fast food, a limited-service restaurant chain with over 35,000 locations in more than 100 countries. Over four million people work for it. McDonald’s feeds 70 million people per day, more than France’s whole population. McDonald’s had a 17 percent share of the fast-food restaurant sector in the United States in 2014, according to IBISWorld. Yum! Brands (or YUM) was the closest rival with an 11 percent market share.
Fries, the Big Mac, chicken sandwiches, chicken nuggets, hamburgers, the quarter pounder with cheese, salads, wraps, desserts, soft drinks, and other beverages are all available on a consistent menu at McDonald’s. McDonald’s, on the other hand, provides locally appropriate meal selections to guarantee that it interacts with worldwide markets. In Spain, it offers gazpacho, while in China, it offers the black and white burger and in India, it offers the Veg Pizza McPuff. McDonald’s primary rivals in the United States are Burger King and Wendy’s.