, Australia

Sweet potato chips, plant-based nuggets amongst items in Oliver’s new kids menu

The menu was designed by the chain’s own accredited dietician.

Oliver’s Real Food has launched a new kids’ menu, offering a balance of fruits, vegetables, proteins, and whole-grain foods.

Designed by its own accredited dietician, items include healthy burgers, sweet potato chips, plant-based nuggets and a specialty kids drink range. 

Oliver’s said it partnered with suppliers including BUDS for their plant-based burgers, Remedy for their Junior kombucha range, and IKU for plant-based golden rice nuggets.

“Real food that tastes like home cooking takes time, making Oliver’s the perfect pitstop for families to slow down and enjoy a proper family meal. Best of all, the combos come with a surprise fun activity sheet and coloured pencils for kids to enjoy!” the chain said in a media release.

The new menu is available across Oliver’s restaurants, with pricing from $6.95 to $11.95.
 

Follow the link for more news on

Join QSR Media Australia community
Since you're here...

...there are many ways you can work with us to advertise your company and connect to your customers. Our team can help you dight and create an advertising campaign, in print and digital, on this website and in print magazine.

We can also organize a real life or digital event for you and find thought leader speakers as well as industry leaders, who could be your potential partners, to join the event. We also run some awards programmes which give you an opportunity to be recognized for your achievements during the year and you can join this as a participant or a sponsor.

Let us help you drive your business forward with a good partnership!

Exclusives

Carl’s Jr. is using menu architecture to mitigate supply chain pains
CJ’s QSR Group managing director Andrew Firn also revealed plans to trial the chain’s global “restaurant of the future” concept in the country.
Ferguson Plarre Bakehouses wants to rely less on shopping centre locations
Chief executive Steve Plarre expounds on their initial drive-thru strategy, the chain’s “future-focused” brand refresh and why he is for flexible work.