McDonald’s Has Invented A New Utensil For Fry Eating

McDonald’s Has Invented A New Utensil For Fry Eating
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The frork is part of a marketing push to advertise McDonald's new "Signature Crafted Recipes" sandwich, to help scoop up any food that might fall out

Ivanha Paz
  • 9 may 2017

McDonald’s has created the utensil we’ve all been waiting for. After decades of eating fries with our fingers, the international fast-food franchise has come up with the frork to fulfill our clean fry-eating demands. O.K not really. But, it does make for a funny ad campaign.

“So we solved a problem you never knew you had… with the FRORK™. Did the world need this? Nope. Does it work? Kind of… ?” reads the frork’s website. The frork is part of a marketing push to advertise McDonald’s new “Signature Crafted Recipes” sandwich, and promises to help you scoop up any food that might fall out while you’re eating it.

The company announced its new utensil via their first infomercial, featuring Anthony Sullivan (now on Youtube.) McDonald’s did actually make some frorks, and those interested in getting one can call 1-844-MCD-FRORK (1-844-623-3767).

McDonald’s

McDonald’s has created the utensil we’ve all been waiting for. After decades of eating fries with our fingers, the international fast-food franchise has come up with the frork to fulfill our clean fry-eating demands. O.K not really. But, it does make for a funny ad campaign.

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