From today you’ll be able to top up on essentials like milk and bread by going through the Maccas drive-thru.
The fast-food chain has announced it will start selling basic groceries through their drive- thru to support the community during the Coronavirus crisis.
“Macca’s will now offer customers another way to access milk and bread, through its contactless drive-thrus and takeaway service, across the country,” a spokeswoman said in a statement.
“From Wednesday onwards, in addition to our usual Macca’s menu, customers will also be able to pick-up two or three litre bottles of full cream or skim milk, as well as packs of English muffins and gourmet bread rolls.”
The convenient new service has been established to make picking up essential items safer through a contactless service. And in these tough times of social-distancing, it will be a welcomed offering.
McDonald's is one of the many world-wide businesses who have had to adjust their services to the global Covid-19 pandemic.
“Our contactless service removes any need for touch contact between our employees and customers, making it a safe way for people to get food and drinks, as well as these essential basics,” the spokeswoman said.
Last week the McDonald’s announced that, in the interest of public safety, they would be closing their dine-in service.
“At Macca’s, looking after you, our team and the wider community is our priority, so in line with government guidance, we’re making a few changes,” McDonald’s said on Facebook.
The drive-thru service, deliver and pick-up remain open.
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