Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Russian consumer protection agency shuts down another McDonald's in Yekaterinburg

Last week, Russian national consumer protection agency Rospotrebnadzor ordered the closing of another McDonald's restaurant in Yekaterinburg following a recent inspection.

As of now, the agency has not explained why they have decided to shut down the restaurant at 106 Chelyuskintsev Street, Ural Business Consulting reports.

"One restaurant in Yekaterinburg still awaits court decision," a statement on McDonald's official website said, according to Ural Business Consulting. "We are closely studying the content of the agency documents to determine what should be done to re-open the restaurant as soon as possible."

Most recently, Yekaterinburg's Leninsky district court mandated an 85-day closure for a Yekaterinburg McDonald's on Vosmoye Marta street under Rospotrebnadzor's instructions on Aug. 28, Ural Business Consulting reports.