McDonald's New Sandwiches: Supremely Superfluous "The Frork" With Sandwiches

Laura Christensen
May 4, 2017

McDonald's is apparently unleashing the Frork on the US for a limited time, and announced the product with a tongue-in-cheek infomercial starring English pitchman Anthony Sullivan (of OxiClean and Edge of Glory fame). McDonald's is tackling this so-called dilemma with the Frork, a silicone fork-shaped utensil topped with an opening where the customer can insert three-to-four World Famous Fries. You've always used your fries to mop up the "topping droppings" that ooze out as you bite into your burger, right? If this seems like a joke, it's not.

What's being introduced here are three toppings-pico guacamole, maple-bacon dijon, and sweet BBQ bacon-which customers can mix and match with its quarter-pound beef patty, grilled chicken, or buttermilk crispy chicken patty.

The concept has already been deemed "ludicrous" and "infuriatingly stupid" by some. Probably not, but good news: "We solved it anyway".

McDonald's is touting a new french fry-centric utensil — the "frork" — as part of a campaign to promote its new line of burgers.

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Sullivan said, "Will the frork improve your Signature Crafted Recipes eating experience?" I mean, sure... maybe!

"With Signature Crafted Recipes, table service, self-order kiosks, modernized buildings and more, we are committed to building a better McDonald's for the 1 million people we serve every day in Florida", Tampa-based McDonald's franchisee J.C. Prado said.

The products range in price from $4.99 to $5.19.

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