The executive director of the British branch of McDonald's, Paul Pomroy (Paul Pomroy) has admitted that he regularly eats bigmaks. He talked about it in an interview with the Evening Standard.
Pomeroy says he always has breakfast and lunches at McDonald's on weekdays. In the morning, he usually orders porridge or fried bread, and during the day he eats a roll or salad. In addition, from time to time he has to use MacDostavka, and on weekends a top manager takes the kids to McDonald's. "My boys love it," he explains.
"I eat big mac and chips every day? Of course not, says Pomeroy. "So I do it once or twice a week." He noted that there were less than 500 kilocalories in a large bag and hinted that there are no less calorie sandwiches in any chain of restaurants.
Big Mac was raised in America in 1967. It's a sandwich with two sideburns, cheese, pickled cucumber and lettuce leaves. For a hamburger, a sesame loaf is used, cut into three pieces. According to the site "McDonald's," the energy value of the British Big Mac is 508 calories. In Russia, that figure is 503 kilocalories.
On May 5, it was reported that the American Don Gorske ate the 30,000th big bag in his life. It absorbs 14 of those sandwiches a week. According to his calculations, in the last 44 years, will not be collected more than eight days, when he has not eaten a single large Mac.