McDonald’s has issued a ban on french fries served from competitor companies. Due to the sponsorship agreement, the catering firm responsible for feeding the Olympic Games is obligated to fulfill this agreement.
The only branded products than are allowed to be sold at the Olympic Games are from McDonalds, Coca-Cola, Cadbury, Nature Valley, and Heineken. Customers were informed today that the french fry clause would be going into effect. Over 800 retailers will be banned from serving the dish.
Due to abusive comments, the Locog catering company has been desperate to find a loophole in their agreement. They were successful in finding a “fishy loophole” so that they could again serve fries to hungry customers. As it turns out, there was a safeguard in the agreement to protect Britain’s traditional dish. The classic fish and chips was immune from the agreement and can still be served. The only way for the catering company to serve competitors fries now is to serve it with fish.
This move to serve fish and chips when ever a customer orders french fries is not being taken lightly. Customers have been continuing their abuse and the directors are looking for a better answer.