We're always working onOUR HAPPY MEAL®

You can now swap fries out for a Fruit Bag, or add one in for just 49p! Our Happy Meal® is always changing to make sure you love it as much as your kids do.

 

We want to make sure you love our Happy Meal® as much as your kids do

SaltLet's start with salt. We've reduced the salt in a typical Happy Meal® by 52%*, down to just 0.84g compared with 1.75g in 2003.

*Compared with 2003, the total amount of salt in a typical Happy Meal® (Chicken McNuggets®, Fries and Fruit Shoot) has been reduced by 52%.

Drinks and fruitWe’ve also increased choice on the menu. Fries can be swapped for fruit bags or carrot sticks and you can add a fruit bag for 49p. We’ve also introduced organic milk, or water, and less than a quarter of Happy Meals are now sold with a sugary fizzy drink*.

*Compared to over half in 2000.

Happy Readers® books Our Happy Readers® commitment has put 43 million books into the hands of kids since 2012 and helps to make reading fun for families.<br><br> There are also book vouchers on every Happy Meal® box to redeem a children’s book for £1 in participating WH Smiths and Eason's. Or for the more digital-savvy, a free eBook download from <a href="https://www.kobo.com/gb/en/promotionalreward/happyreader?utm_source=whsmith&utm_campaign=HappyReaderUK" class="external" target="_blank">kobo.com</a>.

Saturated fatBy carefully formulating a blend of non-hydrogenated sunflower and rapeseed oils, we’ve reduced the saturated fat in our restaurant cooking oil by a whopping 83%*. Pretty good news, right?

*Compared with the oil used in 1992, which was made up of 46% saturated fat.

British and Irish farmsAnd, just like the rest of our menu, any beef in our Happy Meal® comes from UK farms. It's always 100% whole cuts of beef, from the forequarter and flank, prepared by butchers with just a pinch of salt and pepper added after cooking. The same goes for our chicken - it's just chicken breast meat.

And it’s good to know!So, you see, there's a lot in our Happy Meal® to make you happy, as well as your kids. And that's good to know.

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