Fast food chain McDonald’s has launched its breakfast catering services in Orlando, Florida, offering a range of menu options.
Currently in its testing phase, customers can avail the service by placing orders on UberEATS, delivered through the McDelivery service.
Additionally, customers can also place orders through a catering specialist in the restaurant or by directly making a call.
McDonald’s Volusia County owner and operator Sue Martin was quoted by the Orlando Sentinel as saying: “You would be surprised how many big orders we get for teachers breakfasts or meetings. This is just putting it into an easier package.”
The restaurant chain is offering breakfast bundles with a range of menu choices including breakfast sandwiches, homestyle breakfast, snacks, sides and sweet treats to serve a group of six, 12 or 18 people.
Most of these bundles feature regular items such as the egg McMuffin sausage, egg white delight, burritos, hash browns and hotcakes.
McDonald’s is also offering beverages such as the McCafé coffee tote, orange juice, sweet tea, unsweetened iced tea, Dasani bottled water and insulated totes with sugar and creamers.
The service is available for customers during regular breakfast hours and all catering orders are delivered in packaging along with cups, stirrers and condiments.
The brand noted that the delivery prices may be higher than at restaurants and customers will be charged an UberEATS booking fee.