KANSAS CITY Mo. At least one of the McDonald’s franchisees that have been test-marketing two McSkillet Burritos as premium breakfast items is gearing up to make them permanent menu additions. John Jelinek, a Kansas City franchisee, has ordered new equipment and scheduled “seed store” staff training for later this month to learn how to use it. Although McDonald’s corporate office has not told Jelinek what the equipment will be used to produce, he said it appears that it is intended for ...
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