The stronger dollar means international sales are worth less when profits are repatriated.
In the US, sales grew by 1.2%, but operating income fell by 1%. In Europe, underlying sales were up 1.8%, and operating income fell 7%.
Sales remained solid in Chin and Australia.
Chief executive Don Thompson said that while sales would carry on experiencing pressure, the company saw “significant long-term opportunities” for its brand and remained “confident in the underlying strength of our business model”.