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Highest Orders in a day: foodpanda and McDonald’s all set to Break World Record

March is the month that helps us rekindle our bond with our homeland. After all, our greatest honor is being Pakistani.

The latest opportunity by foodpanda and McDonald’s is giving all of us a chance to make our beautiful country stand out one more time!

This inspiring collaboration is fun, patriotic and above all mouth-watering.

foodpanda has teamed up with McDonalds to help Pakistan set a world record for the highest number of orders in a day!

McDonald’s lovers can play their part by ordering online through the foodpanda app, and get their meals via delivery or pick up at the following branches: Corniche Seaview, Karachi, Y Block Lahore, F9 Park, Islamabad.

This 13th of March, dedicate your appetite to making Pakistan proud. Food lovers will be able to enjoy the amazing breakfast combo with a tasty Chicken Muffin along with a soothing tea, and the cherry on top is the unbelievable price that is only Rs. 150 per serving. Later in the day, you can treat yourself and friends and family with the delicious McChicken and a refreshing soft drink. Once again at the same discounted price. So there is no reason left to not participate because with foodpanda always by your side, you don’t even have to move a step to get these orders at your door.

The 2019 world record was also a phenomenon, likewise let’s raise the bar even higher because #JeetaygaPakistan

With so much uncertainty all around us, let’s join hands (virtually) and order more and more to bring a huge smile on every Pakistani’s face.

This 🌍 Record is ours and it shall remain ours, keep ordering, keep enjoying and keep smiling, Pakistan Zindabad!

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