McDonald’s Canada Is Removing Menu Items Because Of COVID-19

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If you’re about to order breakfast from your local McDonald’s location, then listen up. It’s been announced that McDonald’s Canada is limiting its menu due to COVID-19 and social distancing.

10 McDonald’s Canada items are temporarily being removed from menus.

“To simplify operations and to support social distancing in our kitchens during this time – as well as ensuring the best possible experience for our guests – we are simplifying our menu and temporarily removing some items,” McDonald’s Canada said in a statement to Narcity.

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Effective April 14, McGriddles, bagels (à la carte and sandwiches), Big Breakfast, salads (entrée and side), croissants, danishes and mini-chocolatines, and cones will be unavailable for the time being.

However, if locations across Canada still have those menu items, they are allowed to sell them until they’re gone.

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McDonald’s Canada also says that the company is keeping its eye on the current COVID-19 situation and is prepared to make more cuts to its menu if necessary.

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