McDonald's tests customized food orders

McDonald's is testing TasteCrafted, a modest version of its custom sandwich program, at some U.S. locations in Atlanta, Portland, and Southern California. The new program will cost franchisees less and can be made available for drive-thru windows. Options for TasteCrafted include salads, burgers, sandwiches and McWraps in a variety of "chef-inspired flavors." The fast-food chain is looking to lift U.S. sales, which have declined for six straight quarters. Story

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