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McDonald’s launches Espresso Pronto

McDonald’s launches Espresso Pronto – coffee without leaving your car

McDonald’s Restaurants NZ Ltd is launching a new coffee range this month called Espresso Pronto.

Espresso Pronto offers customers freshly made, great quality Espresso coffee, available conveniently at all McDonald’s drive-thrus and at the counter of most of its restaurants around the country.

The company’s Vice President, Marketing Ian Sutcliffe, says that Espresso Pronto is a quick, satisfying and convenient way to get a quality coffee.

“People don’t always have the time to sit and enjoy a great coffee from McCafé - so we have developed Espresso Pronto so our customers can enjoy fresh, café quality coffee on the go.

“The needs of our customers are constantly changing and McDonald’s is committed to providing something for everyone,” says Mr Sutcliffe.

Made with freshly ground Arabica coffee beans, Espresso Pronto comes in four varieties; Cappuccino, Flat White, Long Black and Latte. There are two sizes available with prices ranging from $2.50 for a small, to $3.00 for a large.

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