Russia Reveals New Substitute For McDonald’s


The restaurants of McDonald’s has opened their doors in the region of Moscow once again under the new ownership of Russia and a new name known as “Vkusno & tochka”, which has been translated as Tasty and that’s it.

The famous Golden Arches of the company have been taken down and is now replaced with a new logo, which has been resembling a letter ‘M’, which is comprising two fries and a hamburger patty against having a green background.

Oleg Paroev, chief executive said that, the new company had now settled on the new name, which has closely been guarded secret and only the day before the launch of the company. There had been some speculation on the social media regarding how best for translating the new name into English and Tasty and that’s it had been broadly adopted even though another suggestion had been Tasty and Full Stop.

The new substitute has also reopened in the region of Pushkin Square in what had been the first restaurant of McDonald’s in Russia in the year 1990, when the company has sold as much as 30,000 burgers but the queue outside the restaurant had been much smaller than three decades ago.

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This new chain is going to be keeping the company’s old McDonalds but is also going to be removing any trace of the former name of the company.