McDonald’s launches new menu for winter including spicy burgers and lattes

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McDonald’s has launched a brand new menu with six tasty items to try. Classics are being relaunched with a twist and McDonald’s lovers need to be quick to try the new menu as it won’t be around for long. 

The fast food chain has revealed that new food items will be joining the menu next week which includes a spicy burger, a deluxe burger, cheese wedges and a salted caramel latte. 

From October 7, the new items will be available at restaurants around the country. 

The Spicy Quarter Pounder with cheese features a burger, with two slices of pepper jack cheese, onions, jalapeños, mustard as well as a spicy ketchup in the classic seeded bun.

It will cost fast food lovers £4.79 – which is £1 more than the regular quarter pounder with cheese which is priced at £3.79.

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Other treats include Nacho Cheese Wedges which the fast food chain is bringing back due to popular demand. 

These come in two different sizes and the regular portion with five bites costing £1.79 or a share box with 20 pieces priced at £4.79, similar to a share box of chicken nuggets. 

All the food items will be released for six weeks and will run until November 17.

Customers can order them in restaurants, drive-thrus or through apps like Uber Eats and Just Eat.

The fast food chain did this recently with their Triple Cheeseburger and Double Quarter Pounder which were both added to their permanent menu last month.

McDonald’s announced the news on Twitter, posting: “It’s here to stay! You can now enjoy the Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese all year round!”

McDonald’s is still running a reduced menu due to having less staff in stores following the coronavirus pandemic and new rules that have been implemented. 

There is now hand sanitiser at every entrance for both delivery couriers and dine-in or takeaway customers. 

Customers also need to wear a face mask when visiting stores and they can only be removed once customers are seated at a table to eat. 

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