UK/USA: McDonald's to sell organic milk in UK restaurants
Burger giant McDonald's is hoping to win over health-conscious and environmentally aware customers by selling semi-skimmed organic milk in its UK restaurants. From February, the company will only sell organic milk, in 250ml bottles carrying the certification logo of the Soil Association. The group expects to have sold more than 5.6 million bottles by the end of 2003, and could also extend its organic offering to include desserts.
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