Food advertising has been a hot topic of conversation in the United States, and the question of what happens when that advertising comes to a restaurant is still a hot-button issue.
A number of food companies, including Burger King, have taken the initiative of running advertisements in restaurant menus and menus at local stores, and others are trying to make a splash in the food industry.
The food industry’s response has been muted, but some big names are taking a step toward a larger, global food industry by advertising in more than just restaurant menus.
With more than $4 billion in annual sales, McDonald’s has been able to reach people in the developing world through its ads in a wide variety of markets.
But what if that food marketing could take place in restaurants?
McDonald’s and Burger King are both major U.K. franchisees that have been trying to expand their reach to new markets.
As the fast food giant’s share of U.k. sales continues to fall, it has been exploring a more international approach, launching ads in restaurants across Africa and Latin America, including Mexico, South America, and Asia.
And now, with the success of the Burger King ad, it is looking to expand its food advertising reach beyond just menus.
In an article published by the British newspaper The Independent, the newspaper reported that McDonald’s is launching its first ad in Mexico, which it has also been testing in several other markets around the world.
The ads will run for a couple of weeks.
McDonald’s spokesperson Dan Sorensen told The Independent that the ads will focus on Mexican consumers and will include the familiar McDonald’s advertising slogan “The Taste of Mexico,” as well as a more recent slogan that is “America’s Fastest-Growing Food Market.”
According to Sorenesen, the ad is intended to promote the company’s burgers and fries, which have been consistently in the top five on the U,K.
McDonald has also begun running ads in Brazil and Colombia, which will also be tested by the company.
As of May 2016, McDonalds had nearly 17,000 restaurants in North America.
While McDonalds has not announced its plans to run food ads in Canada, it plans to launch a similar campaign there in the fall.
As part of that effort, the company has begun a national campaign in partnership with the Food and Drink Federation of Canada to create a national food advertising platform that will run alongside local and regional ads, according to The Independent.
McDonalds is also exploring the possibility of running ads at select McDonald’s restaurants in Canada.
While the company is currently testing ads in North American markets, it also plans to start a national national campaign across the country in 2018.
According to The Guardian, McDonald is exploring the potential of running an ad at select restaurants in the future.
“It’s a huge opportunity for McDonald’s, but it also comes at a very interesting time for the food market,” McDonald’s senior marketing manager for Latin America and the Caribbean, Rafael Rodriguez, told the newspaper.
McDonald added that it is important for the company to be sure that it has a good strategy to be able to launch ads in the coming years.
McDonald may also be interested in expanding the reach of its advertisements outside of North America, where it is already doing well.
In a May 2017 report, Nielsen said that the average U.s. restaurant was seeing over a million ads per day, a number that is higher than any other country.
McDonald is now testing advertisements in Mexico and Brazil.
According the study, the average advertising spend was $3.29, up from $2.84 in 2016.
And while the food marketing industry has been slow to respond to the rapid rise in U.a.s ad dollars, a growing number of fast food companies are beginning to experiment with their own advertising strategies.
While many fast food restaurants are trying new ways to reach customers, a few are trying their best to stay on top of the trends.
Last year, the fast-food giant KFC opened a new fast-casual chain in Canada with the goal of expanding the number of restaurants it operates in the country.
And last year, Burger King expanded its ad strategy beyond food to include a range of other services, including digital media and retail.
Burger King has already tested ads in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and other cities, and it plans more to come.
In the future, Burger Kings plans to offer advertising at its restaurant kiosks and restaurants across the U., as well.