McDonald’s India – North and East has introduced flavourful spicy chicken strips for the snack lovers, offering them a choice to enjoy it as a snack or add a portion of it to their next favourite meal. Starting at Rs 89 (excluding taxes), the new juicy chicken strips is a part of the all day menu and is available through McDelivery and takeaway counters at McDonald’s North and East India outlets.
Available in 2pc and 3pc packs, these chicken strips are made with succulent boneless chicken meat rolled into a crispy batter, and fried to perfection. With an all-natural and even coating, the chicken strips are sure to add a flavoursome, juicy and spicy punch to the meal.
Robert Hunghanfoo, head, CPRL (Connaught Plaza Restaurants Private Limited operates McDonald’s restaurants in North and East India), said, “McDonald’s has a legacy of fun, delicious, and craveable food – and now we’re extending that to a delicious chicken side. We continue to invest in our menu in line with our customers’ demands and offering them the taste, convenience and value that only McDonald’s can offer.”
Towards our journey to provide wholesome food choices, the chicken strips do not contain any artificial preservatives, flavours or added colours. The chicken suppliers have FSSAI registered, state-of-the–art facilities ensuring that the chicken is not treated with antibiotics. With food safety and quality always at the core, all the brand’s products go through comprehensive quality checks, from farm to table, so that the customers can enjoy safe and delicious food every time.
Furthermore, as a commitment to quality and safety in the current times, the brand has introduced the Global ‘Safety+’ programme that includes nearly 50-plus process changes in the restaurant operations. Safety+ is a global system of enhanced hygiene and safety practices that help ensure that every part of the brand’s experience is safe for its customers and employees. It builds on more than six decades of safety-first leadership in the brand’s restaurants.
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