McDonald’s brings breakfast to Happy Meals

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In an effort to align with customer demand, McDonald’s next week will begin testing a breakfast version of its signature Happy Meal.

The test—taking place at 73 locations in the Tulsa, Okla., market—allows guests purchasing a Happy Meal to pick from two varieties of McGriddle and a new McMuffin made with just egg and cheese, USA Today reports.

Sides including yogurt, apple slices, hash browns and kids-sized fries round out the meal, depending on the restaurant and time of day served.

“Since the launch of all-day breakfast, more of our customers have been reaching out to us and asking us for these choices for their kids in the Happy Meals,” Pam Williams, an innovation director for McDonald’s U.S. business, told USA Today.

If rolled out nationwide, this would be the first significant change to hit the Happy Meal in over 30 years.

Read the full story via USA Today


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