Grass Valley, CA — The Grass Valley McDonald’s announced that it will be testing an “all-you-can-eat” French Fry bar starting on April 28th. Following the success of a similar experiment in a “McDonald’s of the Future” in St. Joseph, Missouri, the struggling franchise is extending its program to higher-margin restaurants.
“We are extremely excited about bringing this successful french fry program to Grass Valley,” said regional manager and former commodity analyst for Morgan Stanley Jim “The Jeff” Bremfall. “It was a massive success in Missouri and we expect it to do very well here in the Glenbrook Basin.”
According to “The Jeff,” customers can choose to add the all-you-can-eat french fry option on their order and have as much as they can eat. There will also be a condiment bar featuring secret sauce, mayonnaise, ketchup and oddly left over coffee grounds from the McCafe. McDonald’s officials had no comment about the odd latter selection.
“It’s going to be a hit with our customers,” continued The Jeff. “We expect the Millennial generation to embrace it and we hope they do. We did extensive research in Belgium where they love their french fries, and incorporated some of their innovations into our program. It’s a winner. You’ll love it.”