McDonald’s made headlines earlier this year when it introduced a brand new product to its menu. The Chicken Big Mac delighted fans around the world, but weeks after it became available it was taken down.
The Chicken Big Mac is similar to McDonald’s iconic Big Mac, but features chicken patties instead of beef burgers.
It also contains the Big Mac’s special sauce.
It costs £4.09 for the sandwich and £5.59 for a medium meal with chips and a drink.
The Chicken Big Mac was introduced to menus on February 2, but as a limited-edition launch – available for just six weeks.
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“Thank you for loving him even more than we thought, he’ll be back soon.”
And, indeed, the beloved product is back this week.
The Chicken Big Mac will be available for purchase at McDonald’s restaurants beginning Wednesday, March 2.
But, like the original launch, the product will only be available for a limited time.
“The demand has been incredible, and we’re happy to share its back, but for a limited time only.”
When the Chicken Big Mac was made unavailable in mid-February, fans took to Twitter to express their disappointment.
Elle Turpitt wrote: “Nooooo I haven’t had a chance yet!”
India Hay said: “It broke my heart.”
Sarah added: “Back soon? Are you serious, make it permanent!!!! It was the best thing I’ve ever eaten at McDonald’s!