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There is a McDonald’s in every continent except Antarctica.

There is a McDonald’s in every continent except Antarctica.

With over twenty-thousand restaurants in 100 different countries on every continent except Antarctica, there is no denying that McDonald's is a global market. ... As the largest fast food chain in the world, McDonald's is connected to an extensive network of businesses around the globe.

McDonald's Corporation opened its first restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois, USA (Country no. ... Today, the company operates more than 20,000 restaurants in 100 countries on six continents.

Madagascar. Africa has the fewest number of McDonald's restaurants of all of the continents — with that in mind, it should be no surprise that the remote island of Madagascar remains free from this fast-food chain.

Countries in Africa without McDonald's

 Although Africa is one of the most populous continents and has a growing demand for fast food, McDonald's is only present in four of the 54 countries, namely Morocco, Egypt, South Africa, and Mauritania.

Bolivia. McDonald's exiled itself from the South American country in 2002 after poor sales at its branches (it turned out that Bolivians, though fond of burgers, did not want to buy them from a global corporation). There appeared to exist a general disdain for the company around the country.

By region, North America has the most number of McDonald's outlets (87% from the United States), followed by Asia at 6,926 outlets ( 77% of which are located in Japan and China), and Europe with 6,232 outlets ( with Germany, France and United Kingdom being the major countries with at least 1,200 outlets ).

Americans eat the most fast food, but the Japanese spend the most on take-aways, according to new research from Euromonitor International.

However, in 2013, NPR reported that 105 countries didn't have a single Mickey D's. ... Some countries have imposed bans due to adversarial relationships with the United States. Reader's Digest highlights a couple of prominent examples, including Iran, which created its own McDonald's knockoff: Mashed Donald's.

Question: Which famous person owns a McDonald's restaurant? Answer: The Queen of England supersized her property portfolio by purchasing a McDonald's restaurant near Buckingham Pallace in 2008. Her Majesty purchased a retail park near Windsor Castle, where the McDonald's chain is located.

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