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McDonald’s Sparks Outrage After ‘Permanently Axing’ Popular Items From Menu

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McDonald’s, which recently launched the McPlant Burger, has sparked outrage after ‘permanently axing’ some of its popular food items from the menu. 

The fast-food chain took to social media on Monday and made the shock announcement that it will be ‘parting ways’ with the Breakfast Bagels and Breakfast Wraps.

The statement read: “It is with love and deep respect for one another that we announce that we are parting ways with Breakfast Bagels & Breakfast Wraps.

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“Despite speculation and following a trial separation period, Breakfast Bagels & Breakfast Wraps will not be returning to the menu. We adore each other deeply but our love for the iconic McMudding was simply too hard to ignore.

“We want our fans to know this is a mutual decision, to the extent that a bagel can make its own decision.

“Thank you to everyone who has supported our union. As for the rumours that there will be a new breakfast bae on the scene later this year… no comment.”

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McDonald’s Big Breakfast has had some changes. Credit: McDonald’s via Facebook

Understandably, fans of the chain are not happy to see their favourites removed.

One customer commented: “Ah, the best item removed. Gutted. That’s Maccy’s off my breakfast list.”

“The bagels were the only reason I went there for breakfast,” added another.

A third pitched in, saying: “So the two best breakfast items gone.”

“Bagel was 100% better than a muffin,” a fourth fumed. “Such a sad day.”

A fifth penned: “The breakfast wraps were the absolute best, and I’m sure they were one of the most popular breakfast items.

“So [I have] no idea why you have gotten rid of them and also, you sell wraps throughout the day, so keeping the breakfast wraps would be normal!”

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