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McDonald’s Korea starts cooking with healthier, environmentally-friendly sunflower oil
McDonald’s Korea has started utilizing sunflower oil in all its outlets to lower the number of trans fats in the ingredients it was using and for its eco-friendly properties.
The move, a first in the quick-service restaurant industry, is part of the plan McDonald’s Korea announced earlier to promote sustainable growth for society and the environment.
The company noted that sunflower oil is relatively eco-friendly in terms of deforestation and greenhouse gas emissions.
A McDonald’s official said that they have introduced premium sunflower oil not only to provide customers with higher quality food but also to protect the environment.
The company vowed to continue making big and small changes to offer tastier and higher quality food and to protect Earth.
Among its environmental-protection efforts was to use renewable and recyclable burger wrapping papers by 2025, use eco-friendly ink on wraps, and utilize lids that do away with straws.
McDonald's Korea will use electric bikes for deliveries and open more environmentally-friendly stores with LED lights, solar heating collectors, and digital menu boards.