I've only been once (and posted that thread about it) so I didn't really dig in.
TBH I didn't even realize until after that trip that they were owned by the same company. Now I've known for a while, but when I went I didn't.
I might have to go back with my nosy glasses on and see what they're doing terribly.
To be fair, the good ones get raw ingredients in and cook them once.
The shitty places get fully cooked items in and reheat them.
No one is for example taking beef, grinding it, shaping patties, etc but they shouldn't be taking already cooked patties and retherming them. Most of them should be cooking from raw frozen patties.
So one hand is for money while the other hand is for coffee? If they're good enough to keep it separate (Costco did this with their hot dogs when it's slow) I'm kind of okay with it.OrangeBerry wrote: ↑
The cashier who uses one glove to handle money but also uses their other hand to remove the dirty glove, then they grab the coffee pot, touch the lid and then slap it on there. Don't see any cleanliness there bud. It's not other places where a cashier is a cashier and every one has their job. I guess I should have retracted my previous comment about McDonalds since they do have a independent person making coffee. Tims seems to be less structual.
It slows things down since you're one handed for everything but nothing is cross contaminating each other.
But if the cashier is doing this always, that's a horribly inefficient way of doing anything. Either you're burning gloves (which aren't cheap, even the deli ones) or you're crippling your staff in terms of speed.
No wonder they can't make an oreo ice cap....
I retract my statement if what you're saying is true. That's atrocious.