Former McDonald's franchisees at train stations and airports will start working under the Tasty - and that's the point brand



The company "Razvitie ROST" (a former franchisee of McDonald's), which manages restaurants at railway stations and airports in Moscow and St. Petersburg, will start operating under the brand "Vkusno - and that's it" from December 1. About it informs TASS with reference to the company's message.

“From December 1, the enterprises of Razvitie ROST LLC (a subsidiary of the restaurant holding Rosinter Restaurants) will continue their work in Russia under the Tasty – and that’s the point brand,” the report says.

Currently, this company operates nine outlets at railway stations and airports in Moscow and St. Petersburg. The message notes that the transition process will be implemented according to the same rules and procedures that he went through with the rest of the franchisees.

Mikhail Polinovsky, General Director of Razvitie ROST LLC, specified that six outlets will start working from December 1. Two more restaurants will open after the renovation of the decor, the ninth - after the opening of Terminal D of Sheremetyevo Airport.

Against the backdrop of the start of a special operation in Ukraine, on March 14, McDonald's closed its restaurants in Russia, and on May 16 announced its final withdrawal from the country. As a result, the Russian business of McDonald's was sold to local licensee Alexander Govor. The company reserved the opportunity to buy back the business within 15 years, Govor said in an interview with Vedomosti. On June 12, the first 15 restaurants of the former McDonald's reopened in Russia under the Vkusno-i Tochka brand. And on November 21, a chain of restaurants launched delivery in several cities of the Russian Federation.

Also at the beginning of November became knownthat McDonald's restaurants in Belarus will also be transferred under the Russian brand "Vkusno - i dot".

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