MCDONALD’S is bringing back its CHEESE sharebox as a permanent item on the menu.
The fast food giant tested the sharebox during last year’s FIFA World Cup but now Maccies has revealed the cheesy treat is back and here to stay.
The new box contains three portions of cheese and herb melts – but only for six weeks, starting Wednesday (September 25).
After that, the flavour of the cheesy bites will be changed with each food promotion.
The cheese and herb melts are made from a blend of Emmental and mozzarella cheese in a herb-infused breadcrumb with a tomato dip.
They’ve been absent from the menu for over a year so fans will no doubt be thrilled by their return.
The sharebox is priced at £4.49 for 15 of them plus three dips, this works out at around 30p per melt.
Or you can buy an individual portion, which contains five pieces and one dip, for £1.69.
You’ll be able to order the new sharebox in restaurants and by using the McDonald’s app.
There’s around 1,200 McDonald’s in the UK and you can find your nearest one by clicking here.
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