After recently expanding its breakfast menu to an all-day affair, McDonald's is once again changing its food options.
The burger joint is now adding mozzarella sticks —which will cost three for $1 — to its menu nationwide, according to media reports.
McDonald's U.S. President Mike Andres made the announcement on Tuesday at an investors' meeting in New York City, Business Insider reported. Wisconsin started testing the item this summer, as the fast food chain was looking to create more snacking options for its customers.
Buzzfeed also reported that testing started at McDonald’s restaurants in New York, and fried cheese bites were already on McDonald’s U.K. menu.
The mozzarella sticks will begin being sold at McDonald’s across the country in 2016.