According to an article on eater.com, the embattled fast-food giant McDonald's will no longer sell all of their menu items at the drive-thru. The top executives claimed the change comes "in an effort to speed up orders and improve service." The new, slimmer menu will also have more mid-range options that are priced between one and three dollars so buyers no longer have to choose very small items or large meals.
The Millenial generation has forsaken fast-food goliaths for specialized and percieved-healthier fast-food restaurants like Raisin' Canes that only serves fresh, never frozen fried chicken and French fries. To impede the negative flow of customers, McDonald's will roll out a slew of changes like customized burgers, fresher ingredients and a smaller menu.