You can now get McDonald's delivered to your car while you wait in the car park

McDonald’s lovers can now get food delivered to their car – while they wait in restaurant car parks.

By Darren Burke
Friday, 11th September 2020, 7:46 pm

The fast food chain has been trialling its new Click. Park. Collect scheme in 24 restaurants, with customers able to get favourites brought to their car.

It is one of a number of changes announced by the firm with chief operating officer Paul Pomroy outlining the new introductions in a company statement.

He said: “As we've increased the services and menu items we're offering, we have continued to prioritise enabling safe working for our people and safe visiting for our customers."

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McDonald's has made a number of changes.

Other changes include installing portable screens in dining areas to provide additional protection, protective screens near self-order kiosks and removing furniture to create more room

“We're continually reviewing the solutions we've introduced to ensure they remain practical and enable our teams to work and you to visit safely.

“I know some favourites are still missing from the menu, and many of you have been asking if and when they'll make a return.

"We are constantly testing reintroducing additional menu items, but I have been clear throughout that we will only do so when we are confident we can bring them back safely. Each new item can put additional pressure on the restaurant teams, so ahead of introducing something new, we work with an open restaurant to test cooking, preparing and serving in high volumes to ensure that it can be brought to all customers safely.”

“The Triple Cheeseburger is a great example. This was incredibly popular during the sales test earlier in the year and we knew our restaurant teams needed to have adjusted to all of the new procedures before we could bring it to every restaurant.

"We launched last week, once we were confident that we could introduce it safely, and from the reaction we've seen in restaurants and on social media, it remains as popular now as it was during the test.

"We are working hard to find ways to reintroduce our grilled chicken for our wraps and salads as soon as we can safely do so, in order to provide even greater choice for our customers.”