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McDonald's ready to satisfy cravings in wee, small hours

Chain plans to serve up dinner and breakfast items until 4 a.m.

4:33 PM, Jun. 8, 2013
After months of testing, McDonald's is making a push into late-night snacking by offering a selection of dinner items along with its breakfast fare.
After months of testing, McDonald's is making a push into late-night snacking by offering a selection of dinner items along with its breakfast fare.
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Ronald McDonald is concocting a new way to lure folks in during the middle of the night by serving dinner and breakfast.

While the world's biggest fast-food company declined to discuss any formal plans, this month an unspecified number of its 24-hour restaurants in the U.S. will begin serving a limited combination of breakfast and dinner items between midnight and 4 a.m., the company said.

After months of testing its so-called "After Midnight" menu, the move appears to indicate the company is serious about its push into late-night snacking. ...

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