McDonald’s Canada announced changes in the cooking and serving of its burgers.
The full-suite of burger improvements include:
- 100 per cent Canadian patties cooked in smaller batches for hotter and juicier beef;
- Storage changes for fresher and crisper produce;
- Onions added directly on the patties while grilling to intensify flavour;
- More original sauce applied on Big Macs; and
- New recipes for warmer buns.
This is an extension of McDonald’s focus on using sustainably sourced Canadian beef and commitment to serving great tasting burgers made with quality ingredients.
From Aug. 13 to 19, McDonald’s is offering $3 Big Macs countrywide, to encourage guests to taste the difference in the updated beef burger.
“We’re making a number of small changes to our burgers that add a taste difference for our guests,” said McDonald’s Canada director of menu innovation and management, Nicola Pitman. “These improvements will hopefully result in hotter, juicier, and tastier burgers that are cooked to perfection, but also showcase our ongoing commitment to ensuring Canadians get a high-quality patty every time they visit the restaurant.”