In a delightful twist of events, McDonald’s France has decided to embark on a culinary adventure that’s as surprising as finding a toy at the bottom of your Happy Meal! For a limited time, the beloved potato fries will be taking a well-deserved vacation while beets, carrots, and parsnips step into the fryer spotlight.
Yes, you heard that right, folks! It’s a French fry face-off of epic proportions, with root vegetables like beets, carrots, and parsnips going head-to-head with the iconic spud. It’s like the vegetable kingdom’s version of a rap battle, but with more sizzle!
Your next trip to the Golden Arches might just turn into a treasure hunt for these elusive, veggie-packed fries. And who wouldn’t want to go on a quest for crispy, colorful creations that could make even a bunny rabbit do a double-take?
Now, you might be wondering, “What’s the deal with these veggie fries?” Well, they’re like the undercover agents of the fry world – sneaky, crispy, and loaded with vitamins. Beets bring a sweet earthiness to the mix, carrots add a dash of orange pizzazz and parsnips… well, they’re like the cool, pale cousin that adds a unique twist to the party.
McDonald’s is essentially inviting you to have a veggie party in your mouth while their potato fries enjoy some well-deserved time off. It’s like giving your taste buds a vacation, and who can say no to that?
So, as you ponder whether to embark on this limited-time veggie fry extravaganza, remember that it’s a culinary adventure worth taking. Who knows, you might just discover that beets, carrots, and parsnips can fry their way into your heart, all while giving the humble potato a run for its money! Bon appétit, adventurous eaters!
“For our customers, nothing can replace our iconic French fries, but they also appreciate some variation from time to time. That’s why, after our Potatoes, Crousties, and Wavy Fries, we are now happy to present our Vegetable Fries as a way to offer new flavors and celebrate our strong link with the French terroir,” explains Anne Lainé, marketing director of McDonald’s France.
“We are very proud of this production, which was made possible thanks to our collaboration with our long-time partner McCain. More than 3,200 tons of vegetables were grown for this launch through the creation of these new channels, expanding our ability to innovate further in the coming years,” explains Eloi de la Celle, sales, quality and logistics manager at McDonald’s France.