By Sonya Magett, EnStarz | Aug 08, 2012 02:14 PM EDT
McDonald's has added a new item to their food menu - curly fries - nicknamed "Twister Fries."
To the dismay of McDonald's fans, the offer is only available in the Philippines.
The "Twister Fries" are available for a limited time, only three weeks after its debut on August 1 at the fast food chain nicknamed "McDo" there, reports the International Business Times.
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"It's time to get twisted again," McDo wrote. "The famous McDonald's Twister Fries is definitely back! Prioritize 'em because they're only available for the next THREE WEEKS!"
The retail price for the item is 60 Philippine pesos or U.S. $1.43.
Since its release last week, fans of the seasoned deep fried twisted potato strings have posted a demand for worldwide distribution of the popular meal on social media sites.
The Facebook page for "McDo" has many fans protesting an extended offer.
One fan posted a "Twisted Fries, please don't Go!" petition on the Facebook page requesting followers to "like" and "share" it to increase the chances of the product's return.
McDonalds has made efforts to provide healthier options for their customers in recent years. In 2008, they changed the cooking oil they've always used to cook their French fries to one with zero trans fat.
In The United States the only fast food restaurant chains that offers seasoned curly fries available is Arby's and Jack-In-The-Box.
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