McDonald’s Is Accepting Trash As Currency In Exchange For Burgers

McDonald’s Is Accepting Trash As Currency In Exchange For Burgers

An initiative in Stockholm is trying to keep streets clean while satisfying hunger

Jiwon Kim
  • 26 september 2016

McDonald’s and DDB Stockholm have come together to introduce a new way for people to pay for a burger: cans. Targeted at mainly young adults, customers can now retrieve plastic bags that list out how many cans are worth a meal. Ten cans are worth a hamburger or a cheeseburger while ambitious ones can get a Big Mac for 40 cans.

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