In an effort to get more people eating more of the spaghetti sauce they already love, McDonald’s is offering unlimited spaghetti sauce for a limited time.
It’s an extension of the company’s recent commitment to a one-and-done diet, which has made spaghetti sauce an integral part of the menu at more than 700 McDonald’s restaurants worldwide.
McDonald’s has already had success with the one-off offer, but it seems like it’s a new and unique way to bring the sauce to people who haven’t eaten it before.
“It’s a great way to introduce new customers to a new flavor, new ingredient or new sauce,” McDonald’s CEO Don Thompson said in a statement.
It also allows McDonald’s to get the sauce out of the kitchen before its regular menu.
The sauce is served at its outlets around the world, but the only way to get it is by eating at the restaurant itself.
At the end of the promotion, McDonalds will donate 25 percent of its sales to charities with the word “sauce” in their names.
There’s also a “bonus” for those who choose to purchase one box of sauce per day, as well as a new “savor” category called “Sauce for the Holidays.”
The company also plans to continue its campaign to make the sauce as affordable as possible for people who don’t have the money for an unlimited sauce box.
While this is the first time that McDonald’s has done this, it’s not the first attempt to encourage people to eat more spaghetti sauce.
In January, the company announced that it was going to be giving away free sauce at participating restaurants across the U.S. The initiative started in December, but McDonald’s said it would only be available for purchase at participating locations until April 1.