These buns are introduced in order to offer wholesome and nutritious foods to its customers.
McDonald's, a quick service restaurant chain, has launched whole wheat buns in its restaurants. These buns are introduced in order to offer wholesome and nutritious foods to its customers.
Whole wheat buns are also available with McDonald's products on the breakfast menu.
Amit Jatia, Vice-Chairman of Westlife Development Limited, which owns McDonald's in south and west part of India, said, "McDonald's in India has been setting the standards for the industry. We announced 'The Good Food Story' earlier this year with a commitment to bring wholesome and nutritious food options to our consumers."
"I am delighted that we have made another significant and bold move in this direction by offering Whole Wheat buns to our health-conscious customers. Our latest offering is a rich source of fibre and other nutrients. 'The Good Food Story' is a journey, and we will continue to take substantial steps to delight our consumers with nutritive and wholesome offerings," he added.
Earlier, McDonald's in west and south India had made alterations in its menu. It brought down the sodium and oil content in its products by 20% and 40%, respectively.