McDonald’s makes a big menu change in reopened restaurants after customer feedback


McDonald’s responded to a fierce response from customers by modifying the limited menu currently offered for re-driving.

The fast food giant, which operates more restaurants in Birmingham than any other British city outside of London, has confirmed the changes today.

Maccies sells a limited menu that customers can take advantage of when sites across the country reopen in the midst of the coronavirus shutdown.

The fast food chain has reopened branches in Tamworth, Wolverhampton, Walsall, Dudley and Sandwell, as well as in Birmingham and Worcestershire.

The chain limits customers to £ 25 and implores them to pay via contactless payment methods wherever possible.

Limited menus are offered with breakfast items from restaurants to streamline the operation of the fast food chain.

But now a menu change has been made, with vegetarian options added after a reaction from the environment-friendly and plant-friendly customers.

The fast food chain discovered that the Veggie Dippers and the Vegetable Deluxe could be safely prepared and added them.

A McDonald’s spokesperson said, “Since our first restaurant reopened safely over two weeks ago, vegetarian and vegan products have been available on our main and Happy Meal menus.

“Before we made the decision to reopen, we did a number of tests to make sure we could maintain social distance.

“It became clear during the testing phase that the Veggie Dippers could be safely prepared, which made them add to the limited menu before any restaurant reopened. “


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