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McDonald's Irish exports hit €200m

One in five of the fast-food restaurant chain's hamburgers in Europe is made from Irish beef, according to the company.

5th March, 2012
One in five hamburgers in European McDonalds restaurants is made from Irish beef

McDonald’s has grown its exports of Irish produce to €200 million in 2011, up €40 million since 2008.

According to the company, the fast-food restaurant chain grew its exports of Irish beef to €110 million in 2011, up from €80 million in 2008, with Ireland also supplying dairy produce and eggs to the McDonald’s system.

McDonald's employs nearly 4,000 people in Ireland.

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