Volunteers from the McDonald’s restaurant on Longtown Road teamed up with Keep Scotland Beautiful to help spruce up Broughty Ferry beach.
The beach was cleaned by a team of eight, including restaurant crew and managers, who walked for three hours to collect eight bags of rubbish.
The event was one of a number of McDonald’s clean-ups taking place across Scotland as part its anti-littering campaign, Clean Up Scotland.
The campaign encourages local communities to take action and work together to tackle litter in their area and forms part of an eight-year partnership between the company and Keep Scotland Beautiful.
Caroline Anderson, operations consultant at the Longtown Road restaurant, said: “I was really proud to see everyone come together and help tidy the beach.
“It’s a key priority of ours to ensure that the local area remains free of litter and is an enjoyable place to live, work and visit.
“As a business we understand the important role that we play in making the area a cleaner place for everyone.
“We’re also making improvements in-store too.
“All restaurants in Scotland have front-of-house recycling facilities in which packaging, including paper cups, can be separated in order for them to be recycled.”
Paul Wallace, of Keep Scotland Beautiful, said: “At a time when litter levels are at their worst in a decade, the support from McDonald’s crew members and customers is invaluable in helping to raise awareness of the litter that surrounds us and the fact that we can all take action to prevent it.”