McDonald’s tests selling meat pies in Australia
McDonald’s restaurants located in the Australian Capital Territory are now trialling selling meat pies.
About twenty ACT-located McDonald’s stores will sell both lean beef and curry beef pies for a six-month period running now until January 2017.
Garlo’s Pies is to supply the pies after Managing Director of Garlo’s, Sean Garlick came up with the idea himself.
“I’m excited that more Australians will have an opportunity to try our pies,” Garlick said.
Hani Sidaros, who is a franchise owner of 11 McDonald’s restaurants in the ACT said he was happy to support an Australian business like Garlo’s Pies.
“As a local ACT resident and business owner myself, I’m proud that we are able to partner with the iconic Garlo’s Pies to sell their products in our 23 locations,” Sidarios said.
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