McDonald's Corp. announced Wednesday that it plans to cut eight items from its store menus beginning in January. The fast food chain has been known for its extensive menu options, which have recently become more of a hindrance than an asset.
The company's plan to nix eight items is part of an overhaul of its service model. Within the next few weeks, McDonald's will be internally analyzing ingredients to see what can be kept and what can be set aside, focusing on improving the quality of the items they keep rather than offering a grander menu.
Its goal is to help ease the workload of line cooks while maintaining the same pace, if not better, in food production.
This could also be an attempt to relieve some of the stress that comes with their new "Build Your Burger" tablet. Since drive-thrus will not be offering that option, the delivery times will not be stretched by the custom burgers and should be expected to speed up with the decrease in menu items.
McDonald's has not commented on what eight items they plan on removing, however, the company also mentioned that they plan on cutting back the number of value meals offered as well.
What do you think will make the cut?