Starting March 7, this fresh take on an old favourite will be available at participating restaurants across the country for a limited time
TORONTO, March 2, 2023 /CNW/ – After a long wait, McDonald’s is finally launching the official Chicken Big Mac starting on Tuesday, March 7. For a limited time, Canadians can sink their teeth into the new Chicken Big Mac, featuring the iconic Big Mac® goodness with a chicken twist. A fresh take on a McDonald’s classic, the Chicken Big Mac is made with chicken lovers in mind.
“We know that Canadians have been hacking the Chicken Big Mac in creative ways over the years, eager to get their hands on the real thing” said Alyssa Buetikofer, Chief Marketing Officer, McDonald’s Canada. “To these guests, we love your passion and your hacking days are officially behind you: the Chicken Big Mac is finally here. But it’s only for a limited time, so try it while you can.”
With classic toppings – Big Mac sauce, fresh lettuce, processed cheddar cheese, tangy pickles – the Chicken Big Mac features two chicken patties made with 100% Canadian raised seasoned chicken breast in a crispy, light-tasting coating on a freshly toasted sesame seed bun.
McDonald’s Canada has a proud legacy of fun, delicious food. The Chicken Big Mac joins the craveable chicken lineup including the McCrispy®, Chicken McNuggets® and the McChicken® sandwich. And while the wait may be over, the Chicken Big Mac will only be here for a limited time starting March 7, so Canadians shouldn’t wait to head into restaurant, order through the McDonald’s app, at the Drive-Thru or via McDelivery®.
About McDonald’s Canada
In 1967, Canada welcomed the first McDonald’s restaurant to Richmond, British Columbia. Today, McDonald’s Restaurants of Canada Limited has become part of the Canadian fabric, serving more than one million guests every day. In both franchised and corporate-owned restaurants, nearly 100,000 people are employed from coast to coast to coast, and more than 90 per cent of McDonald’s 1,400 Canadian restaurants are locally owned and operated by independent franchisees. Of the almost $1 billion spent on food, more than 85 per cent is purchased from suppliers in Canada. For more information on McDonald’s Canada, visit mcdonalds.ca.