Nando's are bringing back the Churrasco Burger - and it's for an important cause
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The Churrasco Burger, a much-loved chicken dish, will be back on Nando’s menu this October as part of the restaurant chain's efforts to fight Malaria in Southern Africa.
Nando's Fighting Malaria
Across next month, 25p from the sale of every Churrasco Burger will go towards Nando’s Fighting Malaria, a campaign which launched in 2017 to help fund spraying projects in Mozambique, where the PERi-PERi chillies are from.
The burger, available for a limited time only, consists of two flame-grilled chicken thighs, fino coleslaw, cheddar cheese and barbecue-flavoured Churrasco PERinaise, all wrapped up in a traditional Portuguese roll.
As well as donating 25p from the sale of each Churrasco Burger towards the campaign, Nando's will also donate 10p from every purchase of a 2M beer. Better yet, if you buy a Churrasco Burger with a 2M beer in October, Nando’s will increase its donation to 50p.
Also available to buy as part of the campaign are woven bracelets; these have been handmade by communities in Southern Africa and will be sold for a suggested donation of £3.50, an amount which can protect two people from malaria for a year.
The Churrasco Burger will be available in Nando’s restaurants for £7.75 from 1 - 31 October. For more information about the Nando’s Fighting Malaria campaign, visit their website here.