McDonald's is offering their “Twister Fries” to patrons in the Philippines and Americans are wondering when the popular item will be featured in the U.S.
Many fast food chains such as McDonald's and Wendy’s will test particular menu items among smaller consumer groups before offering it on a wider-scale. This appears to be the case with McDonald's curly fries.
The restaurant, also known as McDo’s in the Philippines, marketed the fries as a bold, crisp and lightly-seasoned potato snack. It will only be available for three weeks in the country.
Other popular menu items at the millions-served chain include their McRib sandwich. This barbeque pork item is only offered occasionally throughout the year.