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  • Anonymous
    July 02, 2010 - 13:24

    My problem with this charity is that they require you to buy a 5 dollar sandwich (preferably an 8 dollar combo) before they'll give a dollar to the kids. Would it really kill McDonalds to pledge x amount of money whether they sell a single Big Mac today or not? Or perhaps just for one day to donate 100% of Big Mac proceeds?

  • lee
    July 02, 2010 - 13:12

    MacDonald's should commit a portion of each day's sales to the growing problem of childhood obesity in this province. One McHappy is pennies in comparison with the large scale health care costs that are associated with a population who survives on the unhealthy meals that MacDonald's offers it's customers. In other words, it's easy to donate one day of profits when during the other 364 days you are capitalizing on the poor health/ eating habits of the province.

  • Anonymous
    July 01, 2010 - 20:09

    My problem with this charity is that they require you to buy a 5 dollar sandwich (preferably an 8 dollar combo) before they'll give a dollar to the kids. Would it really kill McDonalds to pledge x amount of money whether they sell a single Big Mac today or not? Or perhaps just for one day to donate 100% of Big Mac proceeds?

  • lee
    July 01, 2010 - 19:49

    MacDonald's should commit a portion of each day's sales to the growing problem of childhood obesity in this province. One McHappy is pennies in comparison with the large scale health care costs that are associated with a population who survives on the unhealthy meals that MacDonald's offers it's customers. In other words, it's easy to donate one day of profits when during the other 364 days you are capitalizing on the poor health/ eating habits of the province.