Does McDonald’s Sell Breakfast All Day?

Does McDonald’s Sell Breakfast All Day?

Yes, McDonald’s sells breakfast all day, however, the menu is limited after 10:30am depending on location.

About McDonalds

McDonalds is an American based fast-food restaurant chain.

About McDonalds All Day Breakfast

McGriddles for all day McDonalds Breakfast
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2016 McDonalds announced they will offer all-day breakfast. The program seems to be a success and the company continues to tweek, adjust and increase the options. 

The McDonald’s chain first added McGriddle sandwiches which consists of fried bacon, egg, and American cheese served on a small maple flavoring pancake. The move to all day breakfast is to improve its competitiveness against other chains, especially coffee chains such as StarBucks.

McDonald’s began testing the McGriddle on its all-day breakfast menu in selected locations in early 2016. The tests were successful and later that year the chain announced that it will include the McGriddle on the all-day breakfast menu nationwide. 

The all-day breakfast menu now includes options such as bacon, egg, and cheese McGriddles – sausage, egg, and cheese McGriddles – sausage McGriddles – egg McMuffins – sausage McMuffins with egg – sausage McMuffins, bacon, egg, and cheese biscuits – sausage biscuits with egg, sausage biscuits, sausage biscuits –  – Hotcakes – Hotcakes and sausage – sausage burritos – fruit and maple oatmeal – fruit and yogurt parfait. 

Hash browns and other options are limited by restaurant location.

McDonalds Origin Story

In 1954 Ray Kroc visited a restaurant in San Bernardino, California. This restaurant purchased several Multimixers from him. At the restaurant, he discovered a small but successful business run by two brothers Dick and Mac McDonald. Mr. Kroc was amazed by the effectiveness of their restaurant operation. The store offered a limited menu, concentrating on a few items, such as, burgers, fries and beverages. The limited menu allowed them to focus on food quality and quick customer service.

The brothers were looking for a new franchising agent. Ray Kroc saw an opportunity. In 1955, Ray Kroc founded McDonald’s System, Inc., the predecessor of the McDonald’s Corporation known today. After only six years he bought the exclusive rights to the McDonald’s name and operating system. 

If you are interested in your own McDonalds franchise you can apply here.  However, it is important to note, not anyone can open a McDonalds franchise. There are many requirements and restrictions. 

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