McDonald’s Getting New & Improved McFlurry Machines

McFlurry machine

If you’ve ever gone through the drive-thru with a hankering for a McFlurry, just to find out the machine was “broken,” you will appreciate this.

McDonald’s current McFlurry machines are complicated.

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There’s an 11-part cleaning process involved of the machines, which takes a few hours.

Because of this, employees often start the cleaning process and tell customer’s the machine was down. Or they actually broke down. Which is the case a lot of the time too, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.

The new McFlurry machines will be much more simple, therefore, more reliable.

The new machines will replace the old ones at McDonald’s locations across Canada and the US.

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Meagan Gill

Meagan is the Associate Editor at 604 Now. She studied Journalism at Mount Royal University. She is passionate about Vancouver and enjoys writing about the people, issues and events that shape our city. In her spare time, Meagan is interested in photography, loves to spend time outdoors, and volunteers for Big Sisters.