·   McDonald’s will be reintroducing the lunchtime favourite Wraps, in selected flavours, to the reduced menu and bringing back the Wrap of the Day deal

·    The news comes just as McDonald’s announces it will be taking part in the Eat Out To Help Out campaign, offering customers 50% off food and drink Monday-Wednesday when dining in throughout August

Tuesday 28th July, London UK – Today McDonald’s announces the return of the lunchtime staples, Crispy Sweet Chilli Chicken and Crispy BBQ & Bacon Wraps from 29th July. Customers will also be able to get one flavour of wraps every day of the week for £1.99 through the Wrap of the Day deal.

The announcement comes ahead of the start the Government’s Eat Out To Help Out campaign, offering customers 50% of their food and drink bill, up to £10 per person, when dining in restaurants across the UK on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3rd-31st August.

Whilst McDonald’s is still offering a limited menu due to social distancing measures, fans will be delighted with the return of the Wraps offering more options at a great price.

Lunchtime all wrapped up for £1.

As the nation slowly begins to return to the office from Monday 3rd August, social distancing restrictions in offices will mean there will be limited use of kitchens, so lunchtime will be strictly OOO. With the return of Wraps to the menu and the Eat Out To Help Out campaign, customers will now be able to get the Wrap of the Day deal for £1 when dining in restaurants Monday-Wednesday in August.

Michelle Graham-Clare, Vice President Food and Marketing, McDonald’s UK and Ireland said: “Over the last few weeks, we’ve been testing which menu items we can reintroduce whilst enabling our restaurant teams to work safely. We’ve heard loud and clear on social media that customers are missing the Big Flavour Wraps range, so we’re delighted to be bringing back the two most popular flavours this week, alongside our side salad. The Wrap of the Day promotion offers customers a great tasting lunch at an even better price, and with the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, this offer gets even tastier.”

Alongside the return of the two wraps, the restaurant company is also bringing back side salads, increasing the options available to customers with every meal. As the first company to provide menu board labelling, McDonald’s is maintaining its commitment to ensuring customers can make informed decisions when ordering. Nutrition information has been readily available in all restaurants since the 1980s, and more recently, the My McDonald’s App has introduced the nutrition calculator, updating to show the calorie content of a customer’s meal as they build it and customise it within the App.

From 27th July, 144 more restaurants in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland opened for dine in, with the rest opening in time for the launch of the Eat Out To Help Out campaign.

Find your nearest participating restaurant by downloading the My McDonald’s App or check the restaurant locator on our website.



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