Tag Archives: McDonald’s

Advocacy and research – April 2017

Read about a stock epinephrine program in New Brunswick led by nurse practitioner Kelly Dunfield. Also, you can find out more details on current research involving twins with food allergy, the latest update with our meetings with McDonald’s Canada, and where you can view our recorded webinar on the new guidelines for feeding peanut to…  Read More

Latest update: We’ve met with McDonald’s!

We met with President & CEO John Betts and his team at McDonald’s to discuss their recent allergy-related changes and how they impact this community. It was a good first meeting. We had an open dialogue with McDonald’s on this issue and brought forward your feedback regarding these changes. McDonald’s expressed their commitment to working…  Read More

Not lovin’ it! New allergy statement from McDonald’s

McDonald’s Canada launched the new SKOR McFlurry on January 17, 2017 along with a new allergy notice. The new allergy statement, posted at McDonald’s restaurants, notes the following: “Allergy notice. Dear Guests, we now offer products containing NUTS that are not individually packaged. Products at this location may contain or come into contact with PEANUTS, TREE…  Read More

New allergy-related changes at all McDonald’s locations in Canada

Last November, McDonald’s Canada had introduced the SKOR McFlurry in two specific Ontario restaurants as a pilot project, along with a new allergy notice. McDonald’s has announced that they will now introduce the SKOR McFlurry and the new allergy notice nationally on January 17, 2017. For more information, please read the McDonald’s launch announcement at the…  Read More