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McBakery's new line-up

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McDonald's Japan introduces bread products for breakfast and afternoon or morning tea breaks. The McBakery series offers “Melon Bun,” “Choco Danish” and “Sugar Croissant.” All the products are 100 yen.

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with only half the fat of a Big Mac!

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And with the same amount of trans-fat.

I'm lovin' it. Not.

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Guaranteed to make you a Mc Fat*ss. In Nagasaki we have a truck that serves fresh Melon Pan in Hamanomachi, I'll stick with that as it's amazingly good and served warm right out of the oven.

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Can you say McSugar and more McSugar.

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Never understood the appeal of melon-pan...

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why is saying how many calories a melon pan has off topic?

<strong>Moderator: What are you referring to?</strong>

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Good idea. French fries and burgers don't necessarily go very well with coffee. Now I'll have something to munch on with my kohii while watching the pretties walk by. I give this idea a McYes.

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I'm lovin' it.

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Can't wait for McHospital. Mmmmm syrupy IV.

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thepro- If you want to stay out of the hospital I suggest taking care of your mental health by indulging in a Sugar Croissant or a Choco Danish. They're both tasty! Can't vouch for the Melon Bun though as I haven't tried that one yet...

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krispy kreme donuts are miles better

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"krispy kreme donuts are miles better"

Don't know if they're miles better, but the lines are miles longer.

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And the topic is... Melon Bun! I just tried one. Good! And I didn't have to wait more than a minute and a half for it! ( it was good timing, there was no one ahead of me at the counter, I was munching on that melon bun 90 seconds after I walked into McBakery! )

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Great to have Mc diabetes! and many Mc calories;)

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once again McDonalds is gonna make a mint ! The Japanese love everything about this food chain, and at 100 yen a pop you better believe the competition can't keep up. Wonder why that is ? I mean why is it the American products and companies are able to keep prices down and innovate like crazy in Japans markets... yet the Japanese run companies can't ! When is Lotteria gonna give me a steamy hot burger ? when will MOS learn to lower its prices and serve its customers in a timely fashion ? When will any J run operation stop price gouging it's clientele ???

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are McBakery products baked in Japan or a lowcost country ?

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Way to go, more new baking ideas from McDonald's.

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once again granted 100 yen is cheap but the fresh warm ones I mentioned in my post smoke these McWannabe Melon Pan.

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Why not but the bakery is quite bad quality. I wish they propose good quality (even frozen) simple bakery products:

mini-croissant and "pain au chocolat" butter croissant (made with real butter!) no filling or toping with sugar, it just keeps destroying the taste of bakery
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