McDonald’s Canada is planning to expand the distribution of its McCafé bagels to participating restaurants across the country.
The fast food chain has taken this decision following the successful launch of the menu item in Ontario.
McCafé bagels are available in four variants including plain, multigrain, cinnamon & raisin, and everything bagel.
In addition, it is offered in three types of spread choices such as Philadelphia regular cream cheese, Philadelphia herb and garlic cream cheese, and spreadable real butter.
McDonald’s Canada menu innovation director Nicola Pitman said: “McCafe bagels have been an incredibly exciting addition to our menu.
“We’re proud of how the new McCafé bagels have caught on throughout Ontario, and we’re looking forward to sharing the love with the rest of the country.”
In January this year, McDonald’s and Uber have partnered to launch their food delivery service, McDelivery with UberEATS, at 11 locations of Vancouver, Canada.
The delivery service is currently available in more than 340 restaurants across Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, London, Kitchener-Waterloo, Hamilton and Greater Toronto.
McDonald’s entered as McDonald’s Restaurants of Canada in the country by opening its first store in Richmond, British Columbia in 1967.
The fast food chain currently serves close to three million guests every day across its 1,400 Canadian restaurants owned and operated by independent entrepreneurs.