CHICAGO (FOX News) - McDonald’s is getting an Italian-style menu shake up with the roll out of mozzarella sticks across the U.S. next year.
According to Business Insider, McDonald's US President Mike Andres announced the new menu item at an investors’ meeting Tuesday in New York City.
Wisconsin McDonald’s experimented with mozzarella sticks earlier this summer as part of its Lovin’ Value Menu. At the time, a franchisee said customers wanted more snacking choices.
"Our customers told us they are looking for the ability to customize their meals a little more," one franchisee told Fox 6. "People are snacking more often these days and looking for more options to create a right-sized meal for them. Mini meals allow them to do just that at an amazing value."