McDonald’s USA offers Donut Sticks in select restaurants
McDonald’s USA will be offering Donut Sticks in select restaurants located in Peoria, West Peoria, Lincoln and Normal, Illinois during January-March 2018. McDonald’s Donut Sticks contain wheat, milk, soy and egg and will be cooked in the same fryer as McDonald’s french fries and hash browns. Our supplier has also informed us that the Donut Sticks are made on equipment that also processes products made with tree nuts. McDonald’s wants to make customers with wheat, milk, soy, egg or tree nut allergies aware of this change in the cooking procedures in these locations so they can make whatever decisions they deem appropriate when visiting McDonald’s restaurants. For more information, please contact the McDonald’s Customer Service Center at (800) 244-6227.
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