McDonald's launched light meal in China - food tech news in Asia

Recently, McDonald’s China has launched a new series of light meals named Ciabatta, which is based on high-fiber Italian bread with a healthy formula that is low-sugar and low-calorie, setting off a trend of light meals in the year of the ox.

Ciabatta is an Italian white bread made from wheat flour, water, salt, yeast, and olive oil, created in 1982. Whether it’s a fast-food chain or a traditional restaurant, Ciabatta is always an indispensable . . .

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