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An alternative to Russian McDonald's that offers moldy hamburger buns and "insect paw"

This is a stomach-stirring food offered to customers of Vkusnoi Tochka, a chain that has replaced McDonald's inRussia.

The company, which changed its brand name to "delicious" and "end" in English, will fill the void left by the American fast food giant in the war inUkraine. I did.

Instead, it hit that rebellious food headline.

Less than a month after the grand opening in Moscow, people complained that they were offered moldy hamburger buns and "insect feet."

TV celebrity and Russia's opposition's most prominent female politician, Xenia Sapchak, said on the Telegram channel: "Fukusnai Tochika sells moldy burgers.

" It doesn't seem to fully respect McDonald's standards, at least when it comes to product quality control.

"Today, in at least three cases, hamburgers with moldy bread sold to customers were recorded, two of which were for my subscribers."

McDonald's The Russians were promised a new era of fast food when they agreed to sell their local business to Alexander Gober of Millionaire.

A local franchisee in the Siberian chain tools a portfolio of about 850 restaurants.

Hundreds of people gathered outside McDonald's flagship store on Russia Day, Russia Day to try out new menus.

The new owner promised "same but better" but saw a rebellious photo Later, some customers are wondering.

One said: "I don't think it's okay when I find mold," Ms. Sobchak urged the new management to:

Others complained about the lack of meat in the cheeseburger and the expired cheese sauce, but some called the accusation "fake news." is asking Vkusnoi Tochka for comment. Please contact the news team by sending an email to

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