How to get your burger fix in just 30 minutes at McDonalds

McDonalds is expanding fast food delivery in the U.S. with a new offering, a burger chain with a “Keto Fast Food” menu.

The chain, known as McDonald’s Fast Food and Dining, is now expanding to 24 cities, including Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Atlanta and Chicago.

The new locations will offer fast food options for the first time in more than two decades.

It’s part of the chain’s “Ketogenic Fast Food Delivery” initiative.

“Fast Food has always been our No. 1 priority for this project,” said Mike Nappi, McDonald’s vice president of business development, in a statement.

“We’re proud to bring this innovative delivery service to our customers in our new 24-city, fast-casual restaurant series.”

Nappi said that in addition to offering delivery in McDonald’s stores, McDonalds Fast Food will also offer delivery on the company’s website.

“We will continue to expand our Keto Fast Foods offering and make the best possible burger choices available to our guests,” he said.

The expansion comes as the fast food industry grapples with a rising number of health concerns from obesity to cancer and other diseases.

McDonald’s has been facing criticism for serving unhealthy food for years.

In the past, McDonald, which has about 1,500 locations worldwide, has offered limited-time promotions that let people order food that tastes better than it does at other restaurants.

The company has been taking steps to address those concerns, launching an initiative last year to help people eat healthier.

That program has led to healthier menu options, such as the “McMall,” which includes a burger, a side salad and fries.