McDonald's chocolate covered fries to debut in Japan

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McDonald's Chocolate Covered Fries To Debut In Japan

There's some great news for fans of delicious salty and sweet food combos.

McDonald's is introducing chocolate-covered fries.

The bad news is they will only be available in Japan, and for a limited time at that.

Set to launch on January 26th, the McChocolate Potatoes feature the chain's much beloved French fries topped with drizzles of both traditional and white chocolates.

The price will be roughly $2.80, but can be added onto a value meal for a mere 50 cents.

Those considering booking a flight in hopes of grabbing a bite of the no doubt tasty treat best do so quickly.

The chocolate fries will be removed from the menu in mid-February.

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