The rainbow fry boxes is a way to show support to the LGBTQ community
Fast-food chain, McDonald's is serving its signature fries in rainbow-colored boxes for Pride Month. Throughout June, the fast-food chain will be using rainbow boxes to serve its fries at participating locations throughout the greater California Bay Area, as well as at some D.C. locations, SF Gate reports.
Cathy Martin, Co-chair of McDonald's Pride Network, said, "The rainbow fry boxes are a fun way to show our support of the LGBTQ community using one of McDonald's most iconic and recognizable items; however, these fry boxes are 'small potatoes' in the grand scheme of our commitment to this community."
The boxes were first available in Washington D.C., from June 9 to 11, and now they'll be available in nine participating McDonald's locations in the San Fransisco Bay area.