In the face of the new normal, as the country remains under quarantine and with the cloud of uncertainty continuing to hover over consumers pushing to be extra mindful of their safety, McDonald’s Philippines stays true to its commitment in finding ways for Filipinos to continue enjoying their favorites in the comfort of their own homes, and in physical stores, as doors to the fastfood chains start to open across the country.
Food & Dining
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Now, more than ever, apart from being a need for survival, food, when shared with loved ones, can inspire a sense of normalcy in this time of anxiety. Fastfood giant McDonald’s Philippines joins the roster of loved fastfood chains that makes it safer and more convenient for customers to satisfy their cravings by offering frozen cook-it-yourself packs starting today.