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Some McDonald’s Mozzarella Sticks Are Missing the Cheese

January 27, 2016, 8:20 PM UTC
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Golden arches mark the entrance to a McDonald's Corp. restaurant in Shelbyville, Kentucky, U.S., at dawn on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015. McDonald's Corp., the world's largest restaurant chain, posted same-store sales that declined less than analysts expected as menu changes started to turn around results in the U.S. Photographer: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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A lot of McDonald’s customers are complaining that the fast food chain’s new mozzarella sticks are seriously lacking in mozzarella.

People have taken to Twitter to share their ire, accusing the restaurant of selling them what appear to be just fried bread crumbs that are hollowed out and filled with nothing but disappointment.

Fortune reported that McDonald’s (MCD) began testing the new menu item in Wisconsin over the summer. After a successful trial, the chain decided to launch them nationwide on Jan. 4 as part of its “McPick 2” menu, a new promotion meant to replace its highly popular Dollar Menu that lets customers choose two items for $2. Aside from mozzarella sticks the options include McDouble and McChicken sandwiches, and small fries.

When ordering off the McPick 2 menu, $1 will get you three mozzarella sticks—a steal, unless of course they’re cheeseless.

McDonald’s could not immediately be reached for comment.