McDonald's tests bacon and cheese fries at US locations

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McDonald's Loaded Bacon Cheese Fries
McDonald’s is testing Loaded Bacon & Cheese Basket of Fries in the eastern United States. (photo: McDonald’s) 
 
The fries at select McDonald’s restaurants in the eastern United States have something extra on top.

The quick-service restaurant chain is testing Loaded Bacon & Cheese Basket of Fries at restaurants in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, central West Virginia, southeast Ohio and eastern Kentucky.

McDonald’s classic fries are topped with cheddar cheese sauce and Applewood smoked bacon pieces. The item, which retails for $3.99, is meant to be shared.

McDonald’s currently serves the bacon-and-cheese-enhanced fries at locations in Mexico, Australia and Hong Kong. In Australia, McDonald’s restaurants across the country serve a range of Loaded Fries with gravy, guacamole and salsa, and bacon and cheese sauce.

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