In Italy, McDonald’s Has Unveiled A Nutella Burger – Design You Trust

In Italy, McDonald’s Has Unveiled A Nutella Burger

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This amazing collaboration, entitled Sweety con Nutella, is intended for the McCafe menu and consists of a fluffy bun filled with Nutella. When two icons of junk food meet, there is no doubt that the fans will fall in ecstasy in front of this new limited edition burger.

More info: McDonald’s (h/t: ufunk)

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