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McDonalds launches a new range of mini McFlurries for 59p

McDonald's launches a new range of mini McFlurries for 59p
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Besides the fries, the best thing at McDonalds is definitely the McFlurries.

And it seems McDonalds knows this, as theyve just had a total restructure of their ice cream menu.

The fast food restaurant has released a load of miniature McFlurries, and theyre the perfect summer treat.

Launching on 27 June, the teeny ice creams will be available in all main flavours like Cadbury Dairy Milk, Oreo and Cadbury Crunchie.

McDonald's Launches New Mini McFlurries And New Flavours ??? While Quietly Shrinking Regular Size METRO GRAB taken from https://www.cosmopolitan.com/uk/worklife/a21746278/mcdonalds-new-mini-mcflurry/
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Two new flavours will also be on the menu – a Flake raspberry McFlurry, and a Flake chocolate.

The new ice creams will cost 59p for a 75g pot – which is a little under half the size of the original version.

Calories will also be halved – from 320 to around 150. Though, lets face it, nobody who goes to McDonalds is counting their calories, are they?

McDonald's Launches New Mini McFlurries And New Flavours ??? While Quietly Shrinking Regular Size METRO GRAB taken from https://www.cosmopolitan.com/uk/worklife/a21746278/mcdonalds-new-mini-mcflurry/
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Now that the good news is over, heres for the bad news.

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McDonalds is shrinking the sizes of the regular McFlurry.

A new 150g tub will replace the current 170g, though the price will also be reduced down to 89p from 99p for the core flavours.

Limited edition flavours will cost £1.29 instead of £1.39.

McDonald's launches a new range of mini McFlurries for 59p
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According to a spokesperson for McDonalds, theyre reducing the size because theyre looking out for us.

They told Metro.co.uk: The new McFlurry options have been reduced in size, sugar content and price.

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By offering smaller portions at a reduced price we are providing our customers with the opportunity to make a choice that is right for them.

Honestly, we see what theyre getting at – but again, if we wanted to make the right food choices, we wouldnt go to McDonalds.

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