Burger King To Offer Free Kids Meals To Kids Who Need Them
Times are getting tough for many families with many schools and businesses being closed. But no child should go hungry.
The restaurant and bar business has taken a huge hit. At least one report estimates that we could lose up to 7.4 million jobs in that field.
According to Bloomberg.com, the parent company that owns Burger King, Popeye's, and Tim Horton's restaurants has been focused on coronavirus since January. They intend to help. The goal is to offer two free kids meals per adult meal. This is according to their CEO Jose Cil.
It does look like the meals will have to be ordered online or through Burger King’s mobile-phone app and that the deal would be on a case by case basis. Not all franchises will be required to participate.
There's no word on when the deal will come to fruition and no details about whether or not there will be any other restrictions.