McDonald’s Debuts Pumpkin Spice Fries in Japan

McDonald’s Japan is releasing French fries topped with pumpkin spice and chocolate syrup for the fall season
Just when you thought pumpkin spice season couldn’t get any stranger.

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Just when you thought pumpkin spice season couldn’t get any stranger.

McDonald’s Japan is doling out French fries drizzled with pumpkin spice and chocolate sauce, just in time for the fall season.

The sweet and savory fries mark the beginning of the Halloween celebration, which has become increasingly popular in Japan in recent years. 

You can get your own basket of pumpkin spice fries, officially known as the "Halloween Choco Potato" fries, starting Sept. 28 in Japan. Unfortunately, there are no plans to sell them in the United States yet, but if ghosts and goblins gobble them up in Japan this year, perhaps they’ll make their way to American McDonald’s next year.

Earlier this year, McDonald’s Japan released chocolate fries but this is taking the sweet twist on a classic fast-food item much further than we imagined. 

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