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McDonald’s Tries New Menu Items In Japan

January 19, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
McDonald’s fans in Japan will find an unusual sweet treat on their menus this month. The company is adding French fries slathered in “chocolate with cacao flavor and white milk chocolate” sauces. The company reportedly has no plans to introduce the “McChoco Potato” in the U.S., however. As McDonald’s seeks an investor to buttress its money-losing Japanese subsidiary, it has been experimenting with its menus in the country. This month it added the “chicken cheese burger” and the “cream stew pie” filled with potatoes, mushrooms, bacon, and onions.
Michal Addady, "McDonald’s Is Adding This Weird Topping to Its Fries", Fortune, January 19, 2016, © Time Inc.
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