McDonald’s global headquarters adds sweet potato fries to menu

The sweet potato fries, added last week, hail from the Netherlands.

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The sweet potato fries, added last week, hail from the Netherlands, according to a press release.

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The McDonald’s global headquarters restaurant in Chicago’s West Loop has added an item to its menu that rivals its iconic golden fries: sweet potato fries.

The rotating international menu features McDonald’s menu items from all over the world. The sweet potato fries, added last week, hail from the Netherlands, according to a press release.

Additional new menu items include the “Manhattan salad” from France and a caramel-dipped cone from South Korea.

If you’re a fan of the classics, like regular fries, the global headquarters still offers all of McDonald’s regular items, like the Quarter Pounder and Chicken McNuggets.

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