About a month after McDonald's new Chicken McBites hit the menu nationwide, the chain is now testing a similar item featuring fish.
The Huffington Post reports that Fish McBites are in "infancy" test phase in a "couple of markets," including Fort Worth, Texas.
According to McDonald's website, the Fish McBites are made of real Alaskan Pollock and are served with tartar dipping sauce.
From the story:
McDonald's spokesperson Danya Proud wrote: "These are in test in a couple of markets, however the test is in infancy. We will continue to evaluate customer feedback and restaurant operations. It is too early to comment or speculate on the future role this menu item may place on our menu."
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