Red Rooster announces free range burgers
Red Rooster yesterday released a new promotional line of free range chicken burgers, sourced from Ferguson Valley Free Range chicken farms in Western Australia.
The two burgers target a higher price point than the standard Red Rooster range, combining sourdough buns, avocado, lettuce and sweet onion relish with the free-range chicken. The Deluxe Free Range burger will include tomato, and the Ultimate Free Range burger will include tasty cheese and (non-free-range) bacon. The burgers begin at $6.95 for the Deluxe and $7.45 for the Ultimate, and will be available for the next six weeks.
While McDonalds has begun to buy free-range eggs, the Red Rooster burger is the first free range chicken offering by a major fast food chain in Australia.
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