Burger King will start giving away free kids meals after CEOs of major fast-food chains participated in a conference call with U.S. President Donald Trump to discuss how to keep Americans fed during the coronavirus crisis while limiting the transmission of COVID-19.
Because schools are closed and so many low-income students rely on schools for their daily meals, Burger King will begin offering two free kids meals with any purchase starting on March 23, according to the TODAY SHOW.
The deal can be redeemed once per day through April 6.
The offer is for food ordered online or through Burger King’s mobile-phone app, according to Bloomberg.
we’re thinking about you. we believe restaurants will have an increasingly essential role in feeding our country. so whether you’re ordering at BK or elsewhere, use minimum contact methods like drive-thrus, pick-up or delivery. take care, https://t.co/tWSdfUbbGu
— Burger King (@BurgerKing) March 17, 2020