PURPOSE & MISSION
To support the McDonald’s growth plan and help strengthen the McDonald’s System by leveraging the knowledge, experience, and contributions of our diverse Supplier Network.
OUR VALUE PROPOSITION
Building and elevating System knowledge and expertise
Fostering dedication to the System
Providing visionary leadership
WHO ARE WE?
The Supplier Network is an inclusive group of McDonald’s suppliers who support the McDonald’s business by linking great together.
To date, the Supplier Network is made up of over 135 companies 700+ members, including nine companies previously awarded the prestigious McDonald’s Supplier of The Year!
Our membership includes highly respected leaders in their industries, as well as seated members of the SAC who are recognized by McDonald’s for having robust Sustainability practices, Quarterly Business Review expertise, Diversity & Inclusion programs, Employee Engagement knowledge and other specialized skills.
Food and non-food suppliers are represented, including: Baked Goods, Bakery, Beverages, Cheese/Dairy, Equipment, Fashion, Fruit, Ingredients, Logistics, Liquid Products, Oil, Packaging, Potatoes, Produce, Protein, Seafood and Technology.
Membership in the SN is voluntary and is open to companies that are qualified active suppliers to the McDonald’s System in North America. To qualify, a company must:
- Sell goods and / or services to McDonald’s Restaurants in multiple regions versus one region or parts of regions
- Be an approved supplier to the McDonald’s System and must have all documentation required by McDonald’s in place, including a signed Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) and / or Business Relationship Agreement (BRA) with McDonald’s or its supply chain management services provider, HAVI
- Individuals may be members if they are direct employees of a member company or have the (above) required documentation to be a supplier
- Companies not meeting these requirements that wish to join may be granted membership at the discretion of the SN’s Board of Directors and with McDonald’s approval