OAK BROOK ILL. McDonald’s, despite sales volumes and product procurement clout that are unmatched among chain restaurants, has forecast that continuing commodity cost spikes, especially for such core purchases as beef, will force the chain to make substantial alterations to its Dollar Menu. —Without divulging specific changes or indicating whether the name would have to change, Ralph Alvarez, McDonald’s president and chief operating ...
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