McDonald’s is currently testing a new breakfast catering service in Central Florida.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, the fast-food chain has partnered with Uber Eats to offer its entire breakfast menu in packages to serve six, 12 or 18 people.
“You would be surprised how many big orders we get for teachers breakfasts or meetings,” says Sue Martin, owner and operator of three McDonald’s restaurants in Volusia County. “This is just putting it into an easier package.”
The service is currently available at all 195 Central Florida restaurants, but only during breakfast service hours (for now).
Orders can be placed via the Uber Eats app or with the McDelivery app. Customers can also place orders at the restaurant or call in and pick them up.