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The Travis Scott McDonald’s Meal Caused Shortages

Yes, the rapper and the famous fast-food chain collaborated on a meal that was sold in the USA. The high demand for the Travis Scott Meal, which consists of a Quarter Pounder with cheese, bacon and lettuce, a medium order of fries with BBQ sauce and a Sprite, caused some restaurants to run out of the ingredients needed for the meal! USA Today has more details: 

"We’ve created a program that’s so compelling to our customers that it’s stretching our world-class supply chain; and if demand continues at these levels, more restaurants will break supply," McDonald's said in the memo sent to employees, owners and operators across the country.
The promotion will continue but, starting Sept. 22, to get the Travis Scott Meal for $6 it will have to be ordered through the McDonald's app.
McDonald's confirmed the supply shortages were due to overwhelming demand, the upcoming promotion shift to app-only and other details outlined in the memo to USA TODAY.

Image via USA Today

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Edward's suggestion is the best. Order the food and only eat one part of it. Personally, I am wondering if it's the meat. I used to love quarter pounders 20 years ago, but last time I had one it tasted like lard, salt, and pepper. It was horrible.

Anyway, you wanna see some "fun" with McDonalds food, check out Super Size Me on Youtube.
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Caffeine can do that, but Sprite does not have any. You should isolate which food does it, eg. will dry fries give you the effect? That sort of thing is best understood so that you can avoid all similar foods.
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I ate one, the Travis Scott Meal. Honestly it tastes really good, but something genetically is not right with me. Reason I say that - anytime I eat Mcdonalds I feel like I'm gonna have a heart attack for about an a hour. And it only happens with Mcds and a few other things. I'm wondering if it's some sort of specific preservative they use. It can't be because of the carbs or fat (or even the salt) because I normally eat all of those things. I duno.
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