When did Mcdonalds change to green? McDonald’s is going green — swapping its traditional red backdrop for a deep hunter green — to promote a more eco-friendly image in Europe. About 100 German McDonald’s restaurants will make the change by the end of 2009, the company said in a statement Monday.
Is McDonald’s changing their colors? McDonald’s (MCD) restaurants across Europe are removing the red background behind the golden arches logo and replacing it with green. The change is supposed to make customers associate the company with a commitment to the environment.
Is Mcdonalds actually sustainable? The Chicago-based global burger chain said in its annual sustainability report that in 2020 99.6% of the paper bags, food wrappers, napkins, cup carriers and other fiber-based materials it used to package meals for customers came from recycled or certified sustainable fiber sources, up from 92% in 2019.
Does Mcdonalds care about the environment? Not only are we committed to protecting soil and water, but McDonald’s and its partners empower local farmers with training in sustainable agriculture techniques. Already 100% of the espresso beans used in the McCafé beverages restaurants are sustainably sourced and Rainforest Alliance Certified™.