McDonald’s appeals against court’s ruling on closure of outlet in Yekaterinburg

24 September 2014 (13:06)

September 24, 2014. McDonald’s appealed against the ruling pronounced by Yekaterinburg Zheleznodorozhny District Court on closing down one of its restaurants at 106 Chelyuskintsev St in Yekaterinburg, head of Sverdlovsk Region Court’s press service Ekaterina Maslenikova informed UrBC.

‘The appeal has already been submitted to the court,’ she said. The date for the hearing hasn’t been set yet.

Now Yekaterinburg Zheleznodorozhny District Court imposed an eighty-day ban (starting from September 4) on McDonald’s restaurant at 106 Chelyuskintsev St. The consumer rights authorities detected some colon bacillus content in the restaurant’s cheeseburgers and Big Macs as well as on tray swabs.

In addition to this, Yekaterinburg Leninsky District Court followed the order of Rospotrebnadzor (the state consumer rights watchdog) and made McDonald’s restaurant in downtown stop operating for eighty-five days starting from August 25. The company directed its appeal to Sverdlovsk Region Court, but this claim was dismissed on September 15.

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