Mcdonald’s is temporarily removing its limited-edition Chicken Big Mac from its UK restaurants, citing “incredible” demand for the burger.
Mcdonald’s tweeted on its UK account that the Chicken Big Mac had sold out almost everywhere.
“We have been delighted by our customer’s reaction to the limited edition Chicken Big Mac. The demand has been incredible and we simply cannot keep up,” a spokesperson for McDonald’s UK and Ireland told Insider Via email.
“As such, we’ve made the decision to pause the promotion, let our restaurant teams and suppliers restock, and get ready for its return in a few weeks. We’ll keep customers informed about its return through the usual channels.”
The burger has been available in Australia since 2017 but is not currently on offer in US restaurants. The Chicken Big Mac is similar to a regular Big Mac but has chicken patties instead of beef burgers and costs $5.50.
“Thank you to everyone who has made this our most popular launch ever,” the spokesperson added. “We can’t wait to bring it back for even more customers to enjoy.”