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Added 12 September, 2013

Fast food getting friendlier as McDonald's debuts Blitz Box

Food has always been connected to togetherness, but fast food is often for those looking for something quick and solo. One exception has been KFCs chicken buckets, large meals that are meant to be shared. Now McDonald's has come up with a way to bring people together with its new Blitz Box, a shareable Happy Meal for adults containing two Quarter Pounder with Cheese sandwiches, two medium fries and a 20-piece serving of Chicken McNuggets, all for about $15. The almost 3000-calorie meal in a box is available in the Kansas City, Missouri and is part of a larger promotion with the Chiefs, that city's NFL football team., which also includes a first-of-its-kind McDonald’s Fry Truck that was specially built serve freshly prepared french fries to fans in the parking lot before every Chiefs home game. Will fast food packs catch on? What do you think?
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