McDonald's Is Selling A Squid Ink-Dyed, Black Bunned Burger In China [THE BRIEF]

Laura Stampler

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McDonald's is selling black and white bunned burgers in Hong Kong. The black dye is made out of squid ink. Mmm. While the limited time treat appears to have first premiered in Spring, it has recently been getting a lot of buzz on the American blogosphere.

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