McDonald's bringing 4 worldwide favorite items to the U.S. next month

Posted at 10:40 AM, May 08, 2019

Beginning next month, McDonald's is bringing four of its favorite items from across the world to the United States for a limited time.

According to the company, they will be bringing items from the Netherlands, Spain, Canada and Australia to participating stores in the U.S. beginning June 5.

“We know our customers who travel abroad enjoy sampling our international menu items. Because we are always innovating our menu, we are thrilled to leverage our global scale and offer popular flavors from around the world to our U.S. customers,” said Linda VanGosen, McDonald’s vice president of menu innovation. “We are committed to creating everyday feel-good moments for customers no matter what McDonald’s restaurant they walk into anywhere in the world.”

Those items are:

Stroopwafel McFlurry - The Netherlands - "Our creamy vanilla soft serve, mixed with a rich caramel swirl, featuring authentic chopped Dutch Daelmans Stroopwafel caramel waffle cookie pieces. Cookies and soft serve? Yes please."

Grand McExtreme Bacon Burger - Spain - "A quarter pound of 100 percent fresh beef topped with thick cut Applewood smoked bacon, smoky McBacon Sauce, real Gouda cheese and slivered onions served on a freshly toasted sesame seed bun."

Tomato Mozzarella Chicken Sandwich - Canada - "Made with a grilled or crispy all white meat, juicy and tender chicken, the Tomato Mozzarella Chicken Sandwich is topped with tomato & herb sauce, creamy mozzarella cheese, slivered onions, fresh lettuce and sliced Roma tomatoes served on a freshly toasted artisan roll."

Cheesy Bacon Fries - Australia - "Look familiar? That’s right, Cheesy Bacon Fries are back! After such a positive customer reaction to Australia’s Cheesy Bacon Fries in the U.S., they’re taking a victory lap. Don’t miss our World Famous Fries topped with real cheddar cheese sauce and chopped Applewood Smoked bacon."

The worldwide items are available at the global headquarters restaurant in Chicago's West Loop neighborhood. This is the first time they will hit U.S. menus nationwide.