McDonald’s UAE to celebrate National Breakfast Day on March 9th

National Breakfast DayFebruary 28, 2015 – McDonald’s UAE announces its participation in the brand’s third annual National Breakfast Day, among more than 6,000 McDonald’s restaurants in Asia, Middle East and Africa. On March 9th, 2015, all McDonald’s restaurants in the UAE will be giving away 1,000 free Egg McMuffins on a first come- first serve basis, from 6:00am to 10:00am.

Breakfast provides the body and brain with fuel after an overnight fast – hence the name! Nutritionists eagerly stress on breakfast being the most important meal of the day and strongly advise on having a balanced one. McDonald’s provides a range of balanced breakfast choices to its customers in the UAE.

Rafic Fakih, Managing Director and Partner at McDonald’s UAE said: “We at McDonald’s recognize the value of a nourishing morning meal, and we are proud to serve our high quality breakfast menu daily. Offering a range of products, McDonald’s breakfast caters to a wide variety of customers looking for balanced choices, whether they are on the go, or looking to enjoy a relaxed and satisfying start to the day.”

McDonald’s famous ‘McMuffin’ breakfast range bears the ‘Egg McMuffin’, the ‘Sausage McMuffin and Egg’, and the ‘Sausage McMuffin’ all brought together with freshly toasted English muffin for a morning boost. A crispy Hashbrown, a unique cup of Premium Roast Coffee or a McDonald’s fresh juice completes the indulgence of a perfect morning kick.

Customers can also opt for a worthier energy hike, favouring McDonald’s Big Breakfast that includes scrambled eggs, tasty chicken sausage, crispy golden Hashbrown, and toasted English muffin with a cup of McDonald’s Premium Roast Coffee. Furthermore, to a sweet breakfast wrap up, customers can nourish McDonald’s mouth-watering golden brown Hotcakes, served with delicious maple syrup.

McDonald’s is committed to serving the best ingredients in the quick-service restaurant sector, and food quality is considered a top priority. All products served at McDonald’s restaurants in the region are Halal certified, inspected and approved by local authorities and Halal officers at the countries of export and customs officials at the port of entry. All meat used in McDonald’s restaurants can be traced back to a trusted supplier that shares the company’s dedication to the highest quality standards.

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