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McDonald’s Drops One of Its Most Popular Menu Items for a New and Exclusive Drink

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Fast-food locations are still encouraged to sell Hi-C while supplies last
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The Hi-C flavor is still available to purchase online and at select retailers.

This week, McDonald’s brought back our favorite ‘90s toys in partnership with Nintendo, but unfortunately, the chain has announced that it will ditch another menu item that inspires nostalgia for your childhood. Starting May 1, McDonald’s locations will start phasing out Hi-C Orange Lavaburst, and come July, the drink will no longer be available, Eat This, Not That! reported.

Naturally, Hi-C fans are mourning the loss of their favorite McDonald’s beverage on Twitter.



With all the social media feedback, McDonald’s assures the internet that change can be a good thing.


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So don’t worry, this isn’t the end of fruity drinks at McDonald’s — the fast-food chain is introducing a new beverage, Sprite TropicBerry, on May 1. According to a McDonald’s representative, the new drink is caffeine-free with a lemon-lime taste blended with tropical flavors, Eat This, Not That! reported.