As we near the end of September, the greatly anticipated McDonald’s all-day breakfast menu date inches closer, giving fans additional incentive to hit up the fast-food chain on the reg.
The all-day breakfast menu may only apply to restaurants across the U.S., but now McDonald’s fans in Germany have a entirely different reason to get hyped.
Starting next month, McDonald’s will introduce it’s first-ever “McB” burger in Germany—a healthier version of the classic Big Mac, featuring organic beef, Edam cheese, Lollo Bionda lettuce, and sunflower-seed buns.
For a limited time, the fancy new burger will be tested at various locations throughout Germany with the potential of gaining a permanent spot on the menu.
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McDonald’s explains that the organic meat is free of antibiotics, synthetic chemical fertilizers, pesticides and only sourced from free-range cows that eat organic and GMO-free products. The organic incentive serves as a smart move for the franchise, given that other restaurants like Chipotle currently face repercussions for not being honest with their sustainable products.