Spokeswoman Lisa Hutniak said the company has no plans to launch all-day breakfast, despite the brand's announcement that its American restaurants will introduce the option on Oct. 6.
Hutniak said they are keeping a close eye on the nationwide experiment by the Americans and are always looking to meet the needs and wants of their customers.
McDonald's ran a pilot program of all-day breakfast in select American markets earlier this year.
New CEO Steve Easterbrook is looking to make his mark at the fast-food giant, where sales have faltered as consumers seek out fast food beyond the burger.
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