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A Cup of Corn in McDo's Happiness Box

McDonald's has something new in store for its Happy Meal fans as it launches its latest toy offering- Kung Fu Panda 3. There are 8 toy collectible in these series and of course, each Happy Meal fan is now given the choice between yummy corn and delicious fries to pair with their selected Happy Meal.


Corn is a great source of energy especially for Kung Fu Panda enthusiast. The latest movie installment brings together our favorite characters: Po, Master Shifu, and the Furious Five.



Find these famous Kung Fu Panda characters in McDonald’s Happy Meal starting March 9.  There are eight Kung Fu Panda 3 Happy Meal toys to collect! If connected side-by-side, the characters will do their signature move simultaneously with a push of a button.

With the new corn option and Kung Fu Panda Happy Meal toys, McDonald’s continues to offer more fun food choices and cute toys both for kids and kids-at-heart.

Both offers are available at all McDonald’s restaurants nationwide through the front counter, Drive-Thru, or McDelivery by dialing 86-2-36, visiting www.mcdelivery.com.ph, or by ordering through the McDo PH App, available for free in both Android and iOS.

Gather your family and friends and head to your nearest McDonald’s to discover the kind of happiness only a Happy Meal can bring. Share your bonding moments with McDonald’s via the official Facebook page, www.facebook.com/mcdo.ph, or by tagging @McDo_PH on Twitter and Instagram. #McDoHappyMeal



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