McDonald’s To Sell Essential Items To Make Life More Convenient

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Well isn't this 'a little bit fancy'. In a bid to help with new self-isolation laws, McDonald’s drive-thru services will now sell essential items such as bread, eggs and milk.

What, you mean a Big Mac isn't an essential item?

In a statement, the Golden Arches said: “in addition to our usual Macca’s menu, customers will also be able to pick-up two or three litre bottles of full cream or skim milk, as well as packs of English muffins and gourmet bread rolls.”

“Our contactless service removes any need for touch contact between our employees and customers, making it a safe way for people to get food and drinks, as well as these essential basics.”

The new service is part of its “commitment to continue to support local communities during these uncertain times.”

Would You Like Fries With That?

On the menu, two litres of full cream or skim milk will cost you $3.50, bread rolls $3, and packs of English muffins will set you back $2.20. You can also choose from almond, soy and lactose-free milk. 

This will be available 24-7 at participating drive-thru Maccas. Dine-in is currently off the cards, naturally. 

To make your life a bit more "I'm lovin' it" Maccas is also waiving their delivery fees if you order of $15 worth of food on UberEats or Doordash.

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