McDonald’s Open Door Programme imparts knowledge about quality standards to students

Muscat - 

As part of its adopted policy of transparency, McDonald’s Oman (Al Daud Restaurants) welcomed and toured the young and dynamic students from Al Qimma Private School into its kitchen, giving them a unique opportunity to see for themselves how their favourite McDonald’s meals are prepared.

The students tour in the kitchen is part of the company’s on-going Open Door Program that allows customers to discover McDonald’s restaurant’s processes and the high level of quality it adheres to, from food sourcing to impeccable kitchen standards.

McDonald’s is the first restaurant in the GCC to introduce such a programme.

Manal Mohd al Otoum, principal of Al Qimma Private School, said, “We always come to McDonald’s as part of our school tour activity.

“This time, the students were very excited to be given the opportunity to tour around McDonald’s kitchen and learn about the restaurant’s sanitation, hygiene and food safety procedures followed on a daily basis. We are delighted to know that such food practices are implemented in the fast food industry.”

Ali K Daud, development licensee and president of McDonald’s Oman, said, “McDonald’s is always vigilant about its customers’ well-being. We are committed to serving the very best to our customers and will never compromise on our food quality.

“Our adopted policy of transparency, the Open Door Programme, demonstrates this commitment.

“Through this programme, we welcome anyone who wishes to take a tour in our kitchen and see how we implement the stringent food quality, hygiene and sanitation control standards at all times.”

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