• The northern McDonald's-restaurant is located on the Arctic Circle in Rovaniemi in Finland?
• The southernmost McDonald's-restaurant is situated in Invercargill, New Zealand?
• McDonald's largest market outside the United States, Japan, with over 3700 restaurants?
• McDonald's opened its 100 land, White Russia (Minsk), in December 1996?
• The oldest building you find a McDonald's-restaurant, located in Shrewsbury, England? There is one of the walls of the restaurant from the 1300s.
• The first "McSki" opened in Lindvall in Sweden in 1996? Here you can buy a McDonald's-meal in the middle of the ski slope without ever taking off your skis and poles.
• McDonald's in Denmark has opened its first hydrocarbon-free restaurant in Vejle?
• McDonald's in Britain have served as many fruit bags that corresponds to the number of residents in New York City?
• McDonald's is the largest purchaser of apples in the restaurant business in the U.S.? They sell 25 million kilograms of apples a year.
• The first McDonald's-restaurant opened in Des Plaines, Illinois, USA in 1955?
• First advertising campaign for McDonald's was in Life Magazine in 1962 and on TV in 1963?
• First McDonald's-restaurant that opened outside the United States, was in Canada in 1967?
• The first Ronald McDonald House opened in Philadelphia, USA in 1974?
• Happy Meal was introduced in 1979?
• McDonald's has approx. 250,000 employees in Europe?
• McDonald's has approx. 1.5 million employees at the world level?
• There are 6,628 McDonald's restaurants in Europe?
• It is about. 31,000 McDonald's restaurants in the world?
• The total sales for McDonald's Europe in 2008 was approx. 9.9 billion U.S. dollars?
• The total sales for McDonald's worldwide in 2008 was 23.5 billion U.S. dollars?
• McDonald's is the world's largest consumer of lettuce?
• In Singapore, you can call in their order, and get hamburgers run to the door 24 hours a day year round? It's called McDelivery.
• Filet-O-Fish was launched at a McDonald's in Ohio, as many Catholics like to visit? They ate no beef on Friday, and therefore was fiskeburgeren introduced.
• Indians, since they do not eat beef and pork, the chicken, fish, vegetables and Indian spices in their hamburgers? In Israel, are also kosher burgers, and Buddhists can get a McVeggie without meat.
• McDonald's logo with the two arches is not really an M, but a stylistic profile of the roof at the first restaurant? The logo is the third most famous in the world after the crucifix and the Coca-Cola's logo