Consumer Protection Society sues McDonald's for hiding product information
MOSCOW, RAPSI. - The Consumer Rights Protection Society has filed a lawsuit against McDonald's for concealing products information, the society reports.
The lawsuit resulted from the examination of products sold at McDonald's. The Consumer Rights Protection Society learned that a number of products such as milkshakes, chicken nuggets, sauces, ice cream and shrimps do not comply with state standards.
The society notes that chicken nuggets, shrimp and blackberry pies do not contain the appropriate information about their ingredients, weight and compliance with regulatory documents. Meanwhile, milkshakes were found to contain vegetable fat.
McDonald's operates about 300 fast food restaurants in Russia and is reported to serve over 1 million people annually in the country.