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McDonald’s Announces Big Mac Dispensing Stations That Require No Staff Assistance

McDonalds has found a new way to keep up with rising labor costs.

The restaurant chain announced that a self-service kiosk would be placed in one of its Boston stores on Jan. 31 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The freestanding automated cheeseburger machine will offer three different sizes of Bic Macs: traditional, the Mac Jr. and the Grand Mac, the Boston Metro reported.

Customers will apparently be able to order a burger without ever interacting with a human.

Several restaurants have toyed with the idea of using kiosks in the past, and there’s little doubt that an interest in the technology has increased because of hikes in the minimum wage.

McDonald’s franchisees complained about rising labor costs.

“At least half of the operators in my region are on the verge of collapse,” one franchisee wrote in response to a recent survey, according to Business Insider. “With minimum wage for fast food workers potentially increasing to incredibly high levels, we are facing a crisis situation.”

Another franchisee wrote that the minimum wage issue was a “major threat to the survival of the operator community” and that McDonald’s should be “putting every resource available” into finding ways to save money.

Kiosks may just be the result of restaurants trying to make a profit and stay in business while Democrats do their best to put them out of business with their agenda of “Fight for $15.”

Small businesses that can’t afford automated technology may just go out of business though because they are unable to pay employees minimum wage, and larger corporations will just invest in technology to replace human workers.