After a year many of its branches were closed, McDonald’s Ultimately, dodging the economic crisis of the Kovid-19 pandemic gave way to reopening after a year. in that sense, “BTS Meals” Menu managed to catapult sales in second quarter of 2021; as published Reuters.
According to the publication, sales in the same store of the fast food chain increased by 40.5 percent in the second quarter and surpassed pre-pandemic levels for the second consecutive quarter in 2019. Analysts expect growth in 39.81 percent.
However, after the menu went out of circulation, Shares fell more than 2.5 percentThis is due to the fact that many people are still distrustful of resuming normality, especially with the uncertainty that delta version.
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The hamburger chain managed to overcome the economic crisis thanks to the launch 2020 Of Special menu inspired by various celebrities, which was only available in the United States. In that country, McDonald’s has faced, in addition branch closureYes, mass resignations and Casualties due to covid-19, who also encouraged their service “Pick Up” or “Self Service”.
How Much Did McDonald’s Make From “BTS Meals”?
In the midst of all this, the menu of “BTS Food” – More than ever to be released 50 countries– reached “A large order size and an increase in the price of the menu, which helped to offset labor shortages and higher material costs.”
As you may remember, “BTS” included 11 Pieces of Chicken McNuggets, French Fries and Two Sauces (Cajun and sweet pepper), specific to South Korea. Additionally, the brand also decided to incorporate packaging with the logo South Korean K-pop group and launched exclusive pieces for a limited time to buy separately.
Net income is projected to more than quadruple $2,220 million and, except for a few elements, won $2.37 per sharebeat expectations of $2.11 per share.
As you will remember, the menu was also available here Yucatan, where it gained good acceptance and called a large number of followers of the interpreters “Dynamite” and “Butter”.