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South Australians will be first to attempt McDonald’s Southern Style Chicken

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Macca’s has (at last) given individuals what they want. For the first time in Australia, the fast-food giant will offer clients chicken drumsticks, thighs and wings in a signature coating with what they have depicted to be an “irresistible southern style taste”.

Notwithstanding, before you get too excited, there’s a catch. The new menu items might be accessible to those in South Australia — and just as a preliminary for the present.

Why them and not the rest of the country?

All things considered, as indicated by Tim Kenward, McDonald’s marketing manager, they’ve generally had Maccas’ back.

“Our South Australian customers continue to be extremely supportive of our new products and menu innovations, which is why they will be among the first to get their hands on the new chicken items,” Mr Kenward told news.com.au

“We hope our customers enjoy the new items and look forward to receiving their feedback.

Regardless of whether it will become a permanent fixture in the Macca’s menu will be determined on how clients like the items.

“Trials are extremely important as they allow us to understand our customer’s feedback on a new product. Watch this space for more updates,” he said.

He additionally added it’s the first time the fast-food chain has offered chicken pieces in their signature Southern Style coating, in Australia.

Along these lines, in the event that you are sufficiently fortunate to live in SA, you can get your hands on the Southern style chickens from May 5 to July 27.

On the off chance that you have fomo, remember Macca’s recently released three new chicken burgers that are accessible across the entirety of Australia (and not simply in SA).

They are the Cheese and Bacon McSpicy, Cheese and Bacon McChicken and Cheese and Bacon Deluxe.

It doesn’t have that “irresistible southern style taste” with bold pepper savoury notes, however it’s simply must do.

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