KUALA LUMPUR, 19 March 2020 – In light of the ‘Movement Control Order (MCO)’ imposed by the Government on Monday (16 March 2020) to ensure Malaysians stay at a safe distance from Covid-19 outbreak, fast food outlets such as KFC, and Pizza Hut will continue to serve customers via ” Take-Away, Drive Thru, and Delivery” services.
There are more than 1,100 KFC and Pizza Hut outlets operating nationwide, according to a statement sent to Malaysia World News today.
KFC and Pizza Hut outlets are taking extra measures to ensure the health and safety of its customers and team members in Malaysia.
Nehchal Khanna, Managing Director, QSR Brands (M) Holdings Bhd said: “Our primary concern is the health and safety of all Malaysians. To address this, KFC & Pizza Hut Malaysia will introduce a new option to enable ‘contactless delivery’ that allows customers to transact in an entirely contact-free manner, reducing the risk of virus spreading. Along with our Takeaway and Drive-Thru options, Malaysians will be able to continue enjoying safe-to-eat, delicious fried chicken and pizza from their homes.”
“We have also enhanced our stringent food-safety and hygiene standards further; introducing measures such as increased cleaning and sanitisation frequency, disinfecting of high touchpoint surfaces, provision of hand sanitisers, health checks and training of new procedures for all our team members. Keeping people safe and delivering hygienic, safe-to-eat food is our priority,” he added.
To further help ease the burden of Malaysians during this period of uncertainty, KFC and Pizza Hut are offering customers more value when they opt for delivery services. Customers will get RM10 off KFC while Pizza hut offers ‘Buy One Free One’ (regular size pizza) for every delivery order. Orders can be made via websites, apps, and Foodpanda, the statement said.
Malaysia World News (MWN)
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