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don’t eat meat products. We’re not fi rst with this, we won’t be, because we have to make sure we come up with a product that works, but we do innovate when there is a demand. “If you’d asked me would we ever get to vegan


burgers when I joined the company over 35 years ago, I’d probably have said no. But McDonald’s doesn’t stand still and is very good at knowing what the customer wants. With the coff ee, for instance, it was a conscious decision to improve our coff ee and now, within its price bracket, it’s a market leader. “When I look forward to the next ten years, I’m


very excited not only about how McDonald’s itself will grow and develop, but how my own restaurants will evolve. In terms of the franchise, I’d like to reach and surpass 1,000 employees and through that, extend our involvement in the community even further. I feel we already make a positive contribution to life in Milton Keynes, and long may that continue.” Ken’s restaurants, jointly, sponsor Woburn and


Wavendon FC and have done for some time, with Ken and his colleagues often turning up to watch, supporting the players, from the age of six, and watching them grow and develop. “T en there’s the litter picks,” said Ken, “including the annual 24-hour litter pick event that we do every year, and which I did on my own last year because the pandemic prevented us doing it as a group like we normally do. “McDonald’s really is a great company to be involved in and off ers fantastic career prospects


for young people starting work, particularly for graduates on the management training programme. But even for 16-year-olds straight out of school or students at college or university, it’s a great training ground. We see young people coming in who are unsure of themselves and don’t know how to speak to customers, learning new skills very quickly and gaining confi dence and the kind of skills they need for the world of work.”


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