How fast food companies are using a fast food restaurant’s name to boost sales

Fast food companies like McDonald’s are using fast food restaurants’ names to boost their profits.

Now a new report has revealed how fast food chains have used names to promote their own products, such as McDonald’s, Subway and Burger King.

The new study from research company BrandWatch has found that fast food chain Subway is using the McDonald’s logo for its signature sandwich.

BrandWatch’s report is based on a survey of more than 1,000 fast food outlets, as well as consumer opinions and information provided by Fast Food For All, an advocacy group.

It found that Subway has used the McDonalds logo for the signature sandwich at the bottom of the menu.

The report found that McDonalds has been using the logo for a number of years.

In 2012, Subway was using the name “McDonald’s”, a trademarked name of the company that it purchased in 1999.

In 2013, McDonald’s bought the trademarked trademark for “McNuggets” which were McDonalds first-ever snack products.

BrandWatch also found that a McDonald’s restaurant in New York City used the name, “The Great American Fast Food Company” in marketing materials for its Fast Food Menu, an ad campaign that promoted the brand in 2015.

Brandwatch also found McDonald’s used the trademark for the name for the “Fast Food” in promotional materials and signage, as did other fast food firms.

A McDonald’s outlet in Portland, Oregon used the brand name for its “Burgers” in ads for a burger-centric restaurant in 2016.