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A big night for CNBC-2 at 9 pm eastern time, a new documentary called “A big Mc-inside the McDonald’s empire” could make it long anticipated debut. Memoir call without … we set on the ….. it was doing this, and it is good, …. CNBC got an unprecedented beside the scenes, look at the golden arches and you don’t want to miss it at the night at 9 pm eastern time.
Macdonald is on a great lance to expand beyond buggers and frox. But this fasts food giant answers its critics when it comes to nutrition. Here now to weigh in Jason. Jason Wiss not Jason ….you gonna to talk about it. …… on the assignment
We said weigh in for Jason. Jason, you are a senior restaurant analyst at Deutsche Bank north America, and Margo Wootan , she is a nutrition policy director at the center for science in public interest. Let me start with you Jason. Is it nutritional hour or people going just because they like the taste?
I think they have increased the nutritional options on the menu. But overall what they really change is quality of food. And people I think more going because of improve in the quality and the taste. And they also increase the overall brand for … not just about the menu but they also remodel the good facility to the restaurant which makes it a better customer experience overall .
Fellabone , sorry, you are there as well today. I am, Joe. You do it all. You do Boeing, you do McDonald’s. What’s your take on this?
I think the McDonald’s continues to get a beatable… when it comes to nutritional value. Listen, they have added a number of items to the menu that are healthier choices. Whenever they had these, we reported on these stories. The first thing I hear, either hear from people or getting e-mail from somebody, is saying yet they still have sort of bunch of junk food. They can’t win here. They make more offerings that are nutritionally based, or healthier, and people beg on them., if you don’t make the offerings , people beg on them. But the bottom line is that I do think the McDonald’s offers more healthy choices than they did five, ten years ago.
Margo, what do you think what Fell just said?
Well, I think McDonald is doing a much better job then, say bugger king, in adding more healthy items to the menu, some freezing vegetables and working to reduce the amount of transfat, so they are making some progress, but they are still have some work to do. I think one of the biggest problems with McDonald right now is that they’ve been fighting in efforts at the state of local level to have calories list to the bright on menu board so that people can make their own choices, so that people can see that the .. chicken bres sandwich actually has as many calories as the quarter ponder or that the … sandwich has half the calories of the pancakes. Right now it’s hard to make a firm choice because they mostly put the nutrition information on the trade liner or on the fast food packages which people don’t get until after they’ve ordered.
Jason, this is Jason….from…..i just send a quick question. I mean, you know, we all do expect as Margo, as an investor, I would say who cares what the nutritional value that the McDonald offering is . are the margins better on this staff, I mean, some people might say McDonald says too many things on the menu, maybe they should just focus on buggers, on …. Sandwiches, on….. and forget all the sort of staff, toils and all the things that have been on the menu for so long.
It brings people into the restaurant, I know as a mom, I used to hate going to McDonald with my daughter because there was nothing for me to order. Now at least, there is something that appeals to people who are more health conscious. You know Americans are trying harder to eat better these days.
I think that’s right. We actually did a consumer survey at Deutsche Bank, looking at where consumers rank healthy choices when they go out to eat. Healthy choices actually rank no. 7 out of twelve factors that are of importance. So rank fairly low, but among women, it actually ranks pretty high…..much more important for women than men. I think McDonald recognizes it a long time ago, and they started sell them more salad and started adding more healthy options to the happy meals. What they found is that the happy meal is actually they found women are more likely to go there and so they drive in the traffic, they drive to check it up, which is really investors want to see. The investors are particularly worried about the nutritional value on the menu. They just want to see taking track and ….up.
Thank you Jason, Margo, and I’m sorry, I said Wiss, I don’t, I’m looking at, …say that anywhere.
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A big night, for CNBC, two and nine p.m. Eastern Time, a new documentary called Big Mac inside the McDonald’s Empire is gonna make its long anticipated debut. Remember when Carl was out for a while we set on / assignment, and on assignment, and on assignment, he was doing this. And it is good, Carl Kintunia, the CNBC team got an unprecedented, behind-the-scenes look at the golden arches and you don’t wanna miss it. That’s the night at 9 pm eastern time. McDonald’s has gone a great length/ to expand beyond burgers and fries, but has the fast food giant answered its critics when it comes to nutrition? Here now to weigh in Jason Trenent, Jason West not the Jason Trenent. You are not gonna talk about it /?

No. Did Carl gain any weight? we did, (Um, I...) He was on assignment.

We said weigh in for Jason, anyway....

Hahahaha,Jason, you are saying you are a restaurant analyst at Deutsche Bank, North America. And Margo Wootan. She is a nutrition policy director at the center for science and the public interests.

Ah,Let me start with you, Jason. Is it nutritional now or are people going just because they like the taste?

I mean, I think they have increased the nutritional options on the menu, but I think overall what they really changed is the quality of the food and people, I think more go on because of improvement in the quality and taste. And they have also increased, you know, the overall brand of selfness / perception. It’s not just about the menu but they have also remodeled the good percentage of the restaurant which makes it a better customr experience overall.

Ah,Phil Lebeau, sorry, uh,you are there as well today.

Yeah,I am. Joe.

You do it all. You do Boeing, you do Mac Donald’s. What’s your take on this?

I think that McDonald’s continues to get a bit of bumrap when it comes to nutritional value. Listen, they have added a number of items to the menu that are healthier choices. And whenever they add these, and we've reported on these stories. The first thing I hear either hear from people, or I get an email from somebody is saying, yeah, but they still serve a bunch of junk food. They can’t, they can’t win here. They make more offerings that are nutritionally-based or healthier and people beg on them. If they don’t make those offerings, people beg on them. But the bottom line is I do think that McDonald's add offers more healthy choices than they did five, ten years ago.

Ah,Margo, what do you think what Phil just said?

Well, I think Mac Donald’s is doing a much better job than the burger king in adding more healthy items to the menu. Some fruits and vegetables. And working to reduce the amount of trans-fat. So they are making some progress. But they still have some work to do. I think one of the biggest problems with McDonald’s right now is that they have been fighting efforts at the State and local level to have calories list right on the menu board so that people can make their own choices. So that people can see that the grilled chickenburg sandwich / actually has as many calories as the quarter pounder or that the egg-made Muffin sandwich has half the calories of the pancakes. Right now it’s hard to make it informed choice because they mostly put the nutrition information on the tradeliner or on the fast food packages which people don’t get until after they 've ordered.

Ah,Jason, this is Jason Tranter from Stratikers. I just have a quick question. I mean, you know, with all due respect to Margo, you know, as an investor I would say who cares what the nutritional value uh,that McDonald’s / offering is. Are the margins better on this stuff, I mean some people might say that McDonald’s has too many things on the menu, maybe they should just focus on burgers and chicken sandwiches and shakes, and forget all those other stuff, toys and all the things that have been on the menu for so long.

But it brings people into the restaurant. I know as a mom, I used to hate going to McDonald’s with my daughter cause there was nothing for me to order. Now at least there are some things that appeal to people who are more health conscious. And you know, Americans are trying harder to eat better these days.

Jason. Yeah, go ahead Jason.

Yeah, I think that’s exactly right. I think that’s right. We actually did a consumer survey in Deutsche bank, looking at where consumers rank healthy choices when they, when they go out to eat. Healthy choices actually rank No.7 out of 12. Uh, you know, factors of importance. So rank fairly low but among women, it actually ranked pretty high, actually much more important for women than men. And I think Mac Donald’s recognized this a long time ago, and they started to sell more salads, they started adding more healthy options to the Happy Meals. What they found is that the Happy Meal / average ticket is actually up. Ah,They found that women are more likely to go there and so I think they are driving the traffic, they are driving the ticket up which is really what investors want to see. / Investors are particularly worried about the, you know the nutritional value or the menu, they just want to see ticket and traffic moving up.

Alright, uh,thank you Margo, and Jason, I am sorry I said Waist, I don’t, I am looking at, yes, I didn’t say that anywhere, I just read it wrong, Jason West. Very sorry, at Deutsche Bank in North America.

And our own Phil Lebeau, who are. I know I listen to you on Boeing, but I also think you probably know a lot about McDonald’s too.

Every once in a while. Find a school, finds a lot.

Thanks, thank you.

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A big night, for CNBC, / at 9 p.m. eastern time, a new documentary called Big Mac inside the McDonald’s Empire is gonna make its long anticipated debut. Remember when Carl was out for a while we set on assignment, and on assignment, and on assignment, he was doing this. And it is good, Carl Quintanilla, the CNBC team got an unprecedented, behind-the-scenes look at the golden arches and you don’t wanna miss it. That’s the night at 9 p.m. eastern time. McDonald’s has gone a great length/ to expand beyond burgers and fries, but has the fast food giant answered its critics when it comes to nutrition? Here now to weigh in Jason, Jason West not the Jason Trenent. You are not gonna talk about it?

No. Did Carl gain any weight? we did, (Um, I...) He was on assignment.

We said weigh in for Jason, anyway....

Hahahaha,Jason, you are saying you are a restaurant analyst at Deutsche Bank, North America. And Margo Wootan. She is a nutrition policy director at the center for science and the public interests.

Ah,let me start with you, Jason. Is it nutritional now or are people going just because they like the taste?

I mean, I think they have increased the nutritional options on the menu, but I think overall what they really changed is the quality of the food and people, I think more go on because of improvement in the quality and taste. And they've also increased, you know, the overall brand perception. It’s not just about the menu but they have also remodeled the good percentage of the restaurant which makes it a better customer experience overall.

Ah,Phil Lebeau, sorry, uh,you are there as well today.

Yeah,I am. Joe.

You do it all. You do Boeing, you do Mac Donald’s. What’s your take on this?

I think that McDonald’s continues to get a bit of bumrap when it comes to nutritional value. Listen, they have added a number of items to the menu that are healthier choices. And whenever they add these, and we've reported on these stories. The first thing I hear either hear from people, or I get an email from somebody is saying, yeah, but they still serve a bunch of junk food. They can’t, they can’t win here. They made more offerings that are nutritionally-based or healthier and people bade on them. If they don’t make those offerings, people beg on them. But the bottom line is I do think that McDonald's add offers more healthy choices than they did five, ten years ago.

Ah,Margo, what do you think what Phil just said?

Well, I think Mac Donald’s is doing a much better job than, say, Burger King, in adding more healthy items to the menu,some fruits and vegetables,and working to reduce the amount of trans fat. So they are making some progress. But they still have some work to do. I think one of the biggest problems with McDonald’s right now is that they've been fighting efforts at the state and local level to have calories list right on the menu board so that people can make their own choices, so that people can see that the grilled chickenburg sandwich actually has as many calories as the quarter pounder or that the egg-made muffin sandwich has half the calories of the pancakes. Right now it’s hard to make it informed choice because they mostly put the nutrition information on the trade liner or on the fast food packages which people don’t get until after they 've ordered.

Ah,Jason, this is Jason Tranter from Stratikers. I just have a quick question. I mean, you know, with all due respect to Margo, you know, as an investor I would say who cares what the nutritional value, uh, that McDonald's's offering is. Are the margins better on this stuff, I mean some people might say that McDonald’s has too many things on the menu, maybe they should just focus on burgers and chicken sandwiches and shakes, and forget all those other stuff, toys and all the things that have been on the menu for so long.

But it brings people into the restaurant. I know as a mom, I used to hate going to McDonald’s with my daughter cause there was nothing for me to order. Now at least there are some things that appeal to people who are more health conscious. And you know, Americans are trying harder to eat better these days.

Jason. Yeah, go ahead Jason.

Yeah, I think that’s exactly right. I think that’s right. We actually did a consumer survey in Deutsche Bank, looking at where consumers rank healthy choices when they, when they go out to eat. Healthy choices actually ranked No.7 out of 12. Uh, you know, factors of importance. So it ranked fairly low but among women, it actually ranked pretty high, actually much more important for women than men. And I think Mac Donald’s recognized this a long time ago, and they started to sell more salads, they started adding more healthy options to the Happy Meals. What they found is that the Happy Meal / average ticket is actually up. Ah,They found that women are more likely to go there and so I think they are driving the traffic, they are driving the ticket up which is really what investors want to see. You know investors aren't particularly worried about the, you know, the nutritional value or the menu, they just want to see ticket and traffic moving up.

Alright, uh,thank you Margo, and Jason, I am sorry I said Waist, I don’t, I am looking at, yes, I didn’t say that anywhere, I just read it wrong, Jason West. Very sorry, at Deutsche Bank in North America.

And our own Phil Lebeau, who,ah, I listen you are on Boeing, but I also think you probably know a lot about McDonald’s too still, so I...

Every once in a while. Find a school, finds a lot.

Thanks, thank you.
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A big night, for CNBC, too at 9 p.m. eastern time, a new documentary called Big Mac: Inside the McDonald's Empire is gonna make its long anticipated debut. Remember when Carl was out for a while we set on assignment, and on assignment, and on assignment, he was doing this. And it is good, Carl Quintanilla, the CNBC team got an unprecedented, behind-the-scenes look at the golden arches and you don’t wanna miss it. That’s the night at 9 p.m. eastern time. McDonald’s has gone a great length/ to expand beyond burgers and fries, but has the fast food giant answered its critics when it comes to nutrition? Here now to weigh in Jason Tre...no, Jason Ways not the Jason Trenet. You are not gonna talk about it?

No. Did Carl gain any weight? we did, (Um, I...)When he was on assignment.

We said weigh in for Jason, anyway....

Hahahaha, Jason, you are saying you are a restaurant analyst at Deutsche Bank, North America. And Margo Wootan. She is a nutrition policy director at the center for science and the public interests.

Ah, let me start with you, Jason. Is it nutritional now or are people going just because they like the taste?

I mean, I think they have increased the nutritional options on the menu, but I think overall what they really changed is the quality of the food and people, I think more go on because of improvement in the quality and taste. And they've also increased, you know, the overall brand perception. It's not just about the menu but they have also remodeled the good percentage of the restaurant which makes it a better customer experience overall.

Ah, Phil Lebeau, I'm sorry, ah, you are there as well today.

Yeah, I am. Joe.

You do it all. You do Boeing, you do Mac Donald’s. What’s your take on this?

I think that McDonald’s continues to get a bit of bumrap when it comes to nutritional value. Listen, they have added a number of items to the menu that are healthier choices. And whenever they add these, and we've reported on these stories. The first thing I hear either hear from people, or I get an email from somebody is saying, yeah, but they still serve a bunch of junk food. They can't, they can't win here. They made more offerings that are nutritionally-based or healthier and people bade on them. If they don’t make those offerings, people beg on them. But the bottom line is I do think that McDonald's add offers more healthy choices than they did five, ten years ago.

Ah, Margo, what do you think what Phil just said?

Well, I think Mac Donald’s is doing a much better job than, say, Burger King, in adding more healthy items to the menu, some fruits and vegetables, and working to reduce the amount of trans fat. So they are making some progress. But they still have some work to do. I think one of the biggest problems with McDonald’s right now is that they've been fighting efforts at the state and local level to have calories listed从语法上讲,该有ed吗? right on the menu board so that people can make their own choices, so that people can see that the grilled chicken breast sandwich actually has as many calories as the quarter pounder or that the Egg Mock-Muffin sandwich has half the calories of the pancakes. Right now it's hard to make it informed choice because they mostly put the nutrition information on the tray liner or on the fast food packages which people don’t get until after they 've ordered.

Ah, Jason, this is Jason Trenet from Stratikers. I just have a quick question. I mean, you know, with all due respect to Margo, you know, as an investor I would say who cares what the nutritional value, uh, that McDonald's's offering is. Are the margins better on this stuff, I mean some people might say that McDonald’s has too many things on the menu, maybe they should just focus on burgers and chicken sandwiches and shakes, and forget all those other stuff, toys and all the things that have been on the menu for so long.

But it brings people into the restaurant. I know as a mom, I used to hate going to McDonald’s with my daughter cause there was nothing for me to order. Now at least there are some things that appeal to people who are more health conscious. And you know, Americans are trying harder to eat better these days.

Jason. Yeah, go ahead Jason.

Yeah, I think that's exactly right. I think that's right. We actually did a consumer survey in Deutsche Bank, looking at where consumers rank healthy choices when they, when they go out to eat. Healthy choices actually ranked No.7 out of 12. Uh, you know, factors of importance. So it ranked fairly low but among women, it actually ranked pretty high, actually much more important for women than men. And I think Mac Donald's recognized this a long time ago, and they started to sell more salads, they started adding more healthy options to the Happy Meals. What they found is that the Happy Meal / average ticket is actually up. Ah, They found that women are more likely to go there and so I think they are driving the traffic, they are driving the ticket up which is really what investors want to see. You know investors aren't particularly worried about the, you know, the nutritional value or the menu, they just want to see ticket and traffic moving up.

Alright, uh, thank you Margo, and Jason, I am sorry I said Ways, I don’t, I am looking at, yes, I didn’t say that anywhere, I just read it wrong, Jason West. Very sorry, at Deutsche Bank in North America.

And our owe Phil Lebeau, who, ah, I listen you are on Boeing, but I also think you probably know a lot about McDonald's too still, so I...

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Thanks, thank you.


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A big night, for CNBC, too, at nine PM Eastern Time, a new documentary called Big Mac inside the McDonald’s empire is gonna make its long anticipated debut. If you remember when Carl was out for a while, we said on assignment, on assignment, on assignment. He was doing this. And it is good, Carl Kintunia, the CNBC team got an unprecedented, behind-the-scenes look at the golden arches and you don’t wanna miss it. That’s tonight at 9 pm Eastern time. Mc Donald’s has got a great length to expand beyond burgers and fries, but has this fast food giant answered its critics when it comes to nutrition? Here now to weigh in, Jason Tre, no, Jason West, not Jason Trenner. You are not gonna talk about it /?

No, did Carl gain any weight? He did, he was on assignment. We said weigh in for Jason.

Jason, you are seeing, a restaurant analyst at Deutsche Bank, North America. And Margo Wootan. She is a nutrition policy director at the Center for Science and Public Interest.
Um, Let me start with you, Jason. Is it nutritional now or are people going just because they like the taste?

Um, I mean, I think they have increased the nutritional options on the menu, but I think overall what they've really changed is the quality of the food and people, I think more will go on because improvement in the quality and taste. And they have also increased, you know, the overall brand perception. It’s not just about the menu but they have also remodeled a good percentage of the restaurants which makes it a better customer experience overall.

Phil Lebeau, I'm sorry, you are there as well today.

I am. Joe.

You do it all. You do Boeing, you do Mac Donald’s. What’s your take on this?

I think that Mac Donald’s continues to get a bit of a bomb wrap when it comes to nutritional value. Listen, they have added a number of items to the menu that are healthier choices. And whenever they add these, and we have reported on these stories. The first thing I hear either hear from people, or I get an email from somebody is saying, yeah, but they still serve a bunch of junk food. They can’t, they can’t win here. They make more offerings that are nutritionally based or healthier and people beg on them. If they don’t make those offerings, people beg on them. But the bottom line is I do think that Mac Donald’s add offers more healthy choices than they did five, ten years ago.

Alright, Margo, what do you think of what Phil just said?

Well, I think Mac Donald’s is doing a much better job than say Burger King in adding more healthy items to the menu. Some fruits and vegetables. And working to reduce the amount of trans-fat. So they are making some progress. But they still have some work to do. I think one of the biggest problems with Mac Donald’s right now is that they have been fighting efforts at the state and local level to have calories listed right on the menu board so that people can make their own choices. So that people can see that their grilled chicken breast sandwich actually has as many calories as the quarter pounder, or that the Egg Mock-Muffin sandwich has half the calories of the pancakes. Right now it’s hard to make an informed choice because they mostly put the nutrition information on the tray liner or on the fast food packages which people don’t get until after they have ordered.

Jason, this is Jason Trenner from Stratikers. I just have a quick question. I mean, you know, we all do respect Margo, you know, as an investor I would say who cares what the nutritional value that Mac Donald’s 's offering is. Are the margins better on this stuff, I mean some people might say that Mac Donald’s has too many things on the menu, maybe they should just focus on burgers and chicken sandwiches and shakes, and forget all those other stuff, toys and all the things that have been on the menu for so long.

But it brings people into the restaurant. I know as a mom, I used to hate going to Mac Donald’s with my daughter coz there was nothing for me to order. Now at least there are some things that appeal to people who are more health conscious. And you know, Americans are trying harder to eat better these days.

Jason. Yeah, go ahead Jason.

I think that’s exactly right. I think that’s right. We actually did a consumer survey with Deutsche Bank. Looking at where consumers rank healthy choices when they go out to eat, healthy choices actually rank No.7 out of 12, you know, factors of importance so it ranked fairly low but among women, it actually ranked pretty high, actually much more important for women than men. And I think Mac Donald’s recognized this a long time ago, and they started selling more salads, they started adding more healthy options to the Happy Meals. What they've found is that the Happy Meal average ticket is actually up. They found that women are more likely to go there and so I think they are driving the traffic, they are driving the ticket up which is really what investors want to see. You know, investors are particularly worried about the, you know the nutritional value of the menu, they just want to see ticket traffic moving up.

Alright,uh, thank you Margo, and Jason, I am sorry I said West, I don’t, I am looking at, yes, I didn’t say that anywhere, I just read it wrong, Jason West. Very sorry, of Deutsche Bank North America.

And our own Phil Lebeau, who, uh, I know I listen to you on Boeing, but I also think you probably know a lot about Mac Donald’s too.

Every once a while. Blind squirrel finds a nut.

Alright. Thanks, thank you.
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A big night for CNBC too, at nine PM eastern Time. A new documentary called big Mac, inside the Macdonald's empire is gonna make its long anticipated debut. If you remember when Carl was out for a while, we said on a assignment, on a assignment, and on a assignement. He was doing this, and it is good,Karl Kinternia, the CNBC team got an unprecendented behind- the -scenes look at the golden arches, and you dont wanna miss it, that's tonight at 9 pm eastern time. Macdonald's has got a great length to expand beyond burgers and fries, but has this fast food giant answered its critics when it comes to nutrition. Here now to weigh in, Jason, no, Jason west, not Jason Tranter, you're not gonna talk about it?

No, did carl gain any weight? He did, he was on assignment. We / said weigh in for Jason.
Jason, you're seeing, a restaurant analyst at Deutsche Bank, North America. And Margo Wootan, she's a nutrition policy director at the Center for science and public interest, let me start with you Jason, is it nutritional now or are people going just because they like the taste.

I mean, i think they have increased the nutritional options on the menu, but i think overall what they've really changed is the quality of the food. And people, i think ,more will go on because improvment in the quality and taste. And they have also increased ,you know, the overall brand perception, it's not just about the menu, but they'll have also remodeled the good percentage of the restaurants which makes it a better customer experience overall.

Phil Lebeau, I'm sorry, you're there as well today.
I'm, Joe.
You do it all, you do boeing, you do Macdonald's, what's your take on this?

I think that Macdonald's continues to get a bit of bomb wrap when it comes to nutritional value, listen, they've added a number of items to the menu, that are healthier choices and whenever they add these,and we've reported on these stories, the first thing i hear either, hear from people or i get an email from somebody is saying, yeah, but they still serve a bunch of junk food. They can't win here, they make more offerings, that are nutritionally based or healthier and people beg on them, if they dont make those offerings, people beg on them, but the bottomline is i do think that Macdonald's add offeres more healthy choices than they did five to ten years ago.

Alright,Margo, what do think what Phil just said?

Well, i think Macdonald's is doing a much better job than say Bergerking, in adding more healthy items to the menu, some fruits and vegetables, and working to reduce the amount of the trans-fat. So they're making some progress, but they still have some work to do. I think one of the biggest problem with Macdonald's right now is that they've been fighting efforts at the state local level to have calories listed right on the menu boards so that people can make their own choices. So that people can see that their grilled chicken breast sandwiches actually has as many calories as the quarter pounder, or that the egg Mock- muffin sandwich has half the calories of the pancakes. Right now, it's hard to make an informed choice, because they mostly put the nutrition information on the tray liner or on the fast food packages which people dont get until after they've ordered.

Jason, this is Jason Trenter from Stratikers ,i'just have a quick question, i mean, you know, we all do respect Margo, you know, as an investor, i would say who cares, what the nutritional value that Macdonald's offering is, are the margins better on this stuff, i mean, some people might say the Macdonald's has too many things on the menu, maybe they should just focus on burgers ,and chicken sandwiches, and shakes, and forget all those other stuff, toys and all of the things that've been on the meun for so long.

But it brings people into the restaurant. I know as a mum. I used to hate going to Macdonald's with my daughter, because there was nothing for me to order. Now at least there are some thing that appeal to people who are more health conscious, and you know, Americans are trying harder to eat better these days.

Jason, yeah, go ahead, Jason.

I think that's exactly right. I think that's right. we actually did the consumer survey with Deutsche Bank,looking at where consumer's rank healthy choices when they go out to eat. Healthy choices actually rank No.7 out of 12, you know, factors of importance. So it ranked fairly low, but among women it actually ranked pretty high, actually much more important for women than men. And i think Macdonald's recognized this a long time ago, and they started selling more salads, they started a adding more healthy options to the happy meals. What they've found is that the happy meal average ticket is actually up, they found that women are likely to go there, and so i think they're driving the traffic, they're driving the ticket up which is really what investors what to see, you know, investors are particularly worried about, you know, the nutritional value of the menu, they just want to see ticket traffic moving up.

Alright, thank you ,Margo, and Jason, i'm sorry i said waste,i dont, i'm looking at ,yes, i didn't say that anywhere. I just read it wrong. Jason West, very sorry, of Deusche Bank North America.

And our own, Phil Lebeau, who, i know i listen to you on boeing, but i also think you probably know a lot of about Macdonald's too. So i...

Every once a while, a blind squirrel finds a nut.
Alright, thanks, thank you.


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