Quite unusual was today's news from Associated Press. The news agency reported that the largest fast food chain McDonald's plans to open vegetarian restaurants in the very near future.
Thus, the network expects to increase the number of visitors in those countries where the consumption of meat is prohibited for religious reasons. We are talking about the Asian region, more precisely about India. The first restaurant will be opened in the very near future in the north of the country, in the city of Amritsar, where many Sikh shrines are located and where meat consumption is prohibited for religious reasons.
In the future, similar restaurants are expected to appear in other cities, including those where only the consumption of beef and pork is prohibited. By the way, McDonald's has already made attempts to adapt lamb for its own purposes. But they were not successful, because such hamburgers simply did not appeal to visitors.