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A beefy comeback: Jollibee Champ, Ultimate Burger Steak return

After teasing the public about a favorite making a comeback, Jollibee on Friday announced the return of its classic Champ.

A beefy comeback: Jollibee Champ, Ultimate Burger Steak return
 Clockwise: Bacon Champ, Champ, Amazing Aloha Champ, and Ultimate Burger Steak
Phased out from the menu in January this year, the classic Champ—made with 100 percent pure 1/3-pound beef patty, with cheese, lettuce, and tomato—makes a grand return along with two variants: Bacon Champ and Amazing Champ.

The Bacon Champ makes everyone’s favorite Champ even better with two strips of bacon. Meanwhile, the Amazing Aloha Champ is a sweet-savory burger with honey mustard dressing and two juicy pineapple rings.

Another beefy item has returned beginning Oct. 30—the Ultimate Burger Steak.

Loved by many for its big portion size, Jollibee Ultimate Burger Steak meal features 1/3-pound Champ patty topped with flavorful mushroom sauce and served with fries, mushroom slices, garlic bits, and egg on rice.

“After being met by an overwhelming response to its phase out in January, we are very excited and happy to announce the return of the Ultimate Burger Steak to our menu,” says Mari Aldecoa, Jollibee marketing director for core and complementary category.

Jollibee’s Champ burgers and Ultimate Burger Steak are now available at 324 Jollibee stores across the country.

Prices for the classic Champ start at P150, while Bacon Champ and Amazing Aloha Champ are priced at P185 and P199, respectively. The Ultimate Burger Steak meal is priced at P150.

Order via Jollibee delivery app, JollibeeDelivery.com, #87000, GrabFood, foodpanda, or LalaFood.

Topics: Jollibee , classic Champ , Bacon Champ , Amazing Champ , Jollibee Ultimate Burger Steak
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