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MCDONALD'S MODIFIES MENU FOR SOUTH AND WEST BUT FORGETS NORTH INDIA

By Siddharth Singh . 7th April 2018 01:00pm
MCDONALD'S MODIFIES MENU FOR SOUTH AND WEST BUT FORGETS NORTH INDIA

Pioneers of fast food restaurants McDonald's has announced a range of modifications to the menu across stores in South and West India. Though they have forgotten to add east and north India to their list. The whole modification was made in order to more nutritious and wholesome food. The initiatives were announced by Hardcastle Restaurants Pvt Ltd, the master franchisee for McDonald's restaurants in India, with the launch of 'The Good Food Story' to reinforce food. Vice-Chairman of Westlife Development Limited Amit Jatia stated;
Our customers are increasingly adopting healthier lifestyles and trust brands that behave transparently and responsibly, especially when it comes to food options. Our goal has always been to build a better McDonald's by making little changes that add up to a big difference. All modifications in The Good Food Story have been a result of over three years of persistent re-engineering of our products just so that we could offer more wholesome and balanced food choices to our customers at a great value.

What's new?

1. Whole grain wraps will replace those made with refined flour.

2.While sodium content in French fries, nuggets, sauces, and patties will be slashed.

3. The amount of oil used in mayonnaise will also be slashed

4. Grilled and steamed patties to be revamped with containing lesser calories and up to 25 percent more dietary fiber. 

5. 96 percent fat-free SoftServe ice cream and dessert made with 100 percent milk will also be served.


news courtesy: ani