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Guzman y Gomez cuts prices on burritos, bowls for two weeks

The chain stressed its remains open throughout the lockdown.

Guzman y Gomez (GYG) said it is reducing the price of its burritos and bowls to $9.90 for two weeks starting 20 July.

Previously retailed at $11.90 ($12.90 in some locations), the $9.90 items are available in-store, drive thru, take away, online ordering or through GYG’s app until 2 August 2021. 

“Australia, we’re in this together. We know that recent lockdowns are affecting millions of Australians and we’re here for you. We have made this decision because we know it’s our obligation to help feed Australia during this time,” GYG co-founder and CEO Steven Marks said in a media release.

To reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19, GYG said it has implemented a range of additional safety measures to date, including contactless pick up in all restaurants, contactless drive-thru pick up and signage to encourage guests to self-distance at all times in accordance with Government guidelines.

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