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More than 18,000 volunteers support the Ronald McDonald House Charities, donating nearly one million hours of service per year.
One of Ray Kroc's fellow Red Cross ambulance drivers in World War I was another young fellow with big dreams of his own - Walt Disney.
Several McDonald's products, such as the Big Mac, the Filet-O-Fish, and the Egg McMuffin, were the creation of our franchisees.
Ronald McDonald is known to children around the world. He now speaks in 20 languages, including Japanese, Norwegian, Portuguese, and Russian.
McDonald's long-standing commitment to the Olympic Games began in 1968 when we airlifted hamburgers to the U.S. Olympic Team in Grenoble, France.
Around the world, McDonald's franchisees can be found supporting local schools, safety fairs, environmental projects and more.
Some 4,000 family members of critically ill children sleep in a Ronald McDonald House somewhere in the world every night.
The first McDonald's restaurant Drive-Thru appeared in Sierra Vista, AZ in 1975.
Ray Kroc opened the first McDonald's restaurant on April 15, 1955 in Des Plaines, Illinois.
In 1963, Owner/operator Lou Groen developed the Filet-O-Fish sandwich.
In 1968, Herman Petty of Chicago, Illinois, became McDonald's first African-American owner/operator.
Henry Garcia of Los Angeles, California, became McDonald's first Hispanic owner/operator in 1971.
In 1975, Ted Tongson became McDonald's first Asian-American owner/operator.
McDonald's becomes an international corporation in 1967 when the first McDonald's located outside the U.S. opened in British Columbia, Canada.
The first McDonald's franchisee in England was John King of Hoyes, Middlesex in 1986.
McDonald's opened its first restaurant in India with no beef on the menu in 1996. Burgers in India are made with lamb.
In 1996 McDonald's opened its first 'McSki-thru' in Lindvallen, Sweden.
The Teenie Beanie Babies Happy Meal promotion began in 1997.
McDonald's USA is the largest buyer of apples in the country according to the US Apple Association.
McDonald's All American High School Basketball Game, inaugurated in 1978, recognizes exceptional student athletes around the country for accomplishments both on and off the basketball court.
McDonald's has been ranked #10 in Fortune magazine's 2011 Most Admired Companies in the World.
McDonald's will only buy eggs from suppliers that comply with McDonald's stringent standards on quality.
McDonald's premium coffee is always fresh brewed using 100 percent Arabica beans, the finest in the world.
McDonald's Happy Meals contain important nutrients that growing children need, such as protein, calcium, iron, and vitamin C.
In 2007, McDonald's U.S. launched a first-of-its-kind program, inviting everyday moms to be Mom's Quality Correspondents (MQC) and gain unprecedented access to the McDonald's food system.
McDonald's has over a 50-year legacy of supporting the well-being and overall quality of life for children and families.
In 1973, McDonald's became the first quick service restaurant company to provide nutrition information to customers.
McDonald's is a charter member of the Council of Better Business Bureau's new Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative to promote positive messages that support children's well-being.
McDonald's has contributed $2 million to The Scripps Research Institute to address childhood obesity and Type 2 diabetes.
McDonald's Corporation was honored by the US Green Buildings Council with the 2010 Natural Leaders Award - SMALL feet/large FEAT. The award recognizes an organization that has made strides to reduce its impact on the environment.
More than 76 percent of McDonald's packaging in the U.S. is made from renewable materials, with more than 31 percent of the materials coming from recycled paper.
With over 14,000 locations in the U.S., McDonald's is one of the leading employers in the country, providing more than 840,000 jobs in a year.
Karen King, President of McDonald's USA's East Division received the Women's Foodservice Forum Leadership Award April 2011.
The Shamrock Shake first launching in the U.S. in 1970. Fans eagerly await its annual return to the menu for those magical few weeks leading up to the St. Patrick's Day holiday.
McDonald's does business in 119 countries around the world.
McCafe Real Fruit Smoothies and Frappes were introduced in the U.S. on July 13, 2010.
McDonald's is the world's leading global foodservice retailer with more than 33,000 locations serving approximately 68 million customers in 119 countries each day.
Fortune ranked McDonald's #1 among all companies for 'Management Quality' in 2011.
Barron's ranked McDonald's #5 Most Respected Company in 2011.
The Egg White Delight McMuffin was introduced on April 23, 2013. The breakfast sandwich is prepared fresh on the grill with 100% egg whites, extra lean Canadian bacon and white cheddar served on a muffin made with eight grams of whole wheat.
McDonald's introduced the Premium McWrap in the U.S. on March 21, 2013 with three meal-sized options including 'Chicken & Bacon Premium McWrap', 'Sweet Chili Chicken Premium McWrap' or 'Chicken & Ranch Premium McWrap'.
On January 24, 2013 McDonald's USA announced it would be the first national restaurant chain to adopt the Marine Stewardship Council's (MSC) blue ecolabel on its fish packaging in restaurants nationwide. As one of the largest single buyers of fish in the
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