GILROY, Calif. (KGO) --Garlic lovers, rejoice! After testing at a select few restaurants in the South Bay, McDonald's is rolling out Gilroy Garlic Fries throughout the Bay Area.
The fast food chain says the new fries are made-to-order with a puree mix of garlic from Gilroy, along with other ingredients including olive oil, parmesan cheese, parsley, and a pinch of salt.
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"McDonald's has a long standing history of creativity and innovation. McDonald's Gilroy Garlic Fries is a unique, regional offering that is tailored to Bay Area tastes," said San Francisco Bay Area Co-op President Nick Vergis in a statement. "The innovation of this new menu item is due in large part to our local owner/operators and their commitment to providing food our customers want."
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McDonald's says the new product will gradually roll out, with it available at all participating restaurants in the Bay Area on July 27.
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