Yuji, Megumi, and Gojo in an official collaboration image featuring the McDonalds Jujutsu Kaisen Garlic Sauce

McDonald’s Latest Collaboration With ‘Jujutsu Kaisen’ Is as Funny as It Is Delicious

This new sauce lives up to its "Special Grade" title.

Jujutsu Kaisen is a lot of things – an incredibly dark shonen action series with horror elements, a blockbuster anime series from Studio MAPPA that has become one of the most recognized proerties in the world, and now – now it’s the latest special edition McDonald’s collaboration.

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The series is no stranger to collaborations, with perhaps the most notable before the fast food collab being a crossover with the online game Fortnite, adding characters and abilities from the series to the game for players to select.

What Is the New “Special Grade” McDonald’s Sauce – and When Can We Try It?

Image From McDonald’s

The sauce, officially dubbed “Special Grade Garlic” by the fast food chain is actually a dipping option that’s been available at McDonald’s Japanese locations in the past that’s finally being brought overseas for American customers. It’s described as having a sweet and tangy soy-garlic flavor, and according to the chain, “… [the] first EVER garlic sauce to hit the menus at McDonald’s USA.”

The campaign will begin on July 9, 2024, and every customer who gets the sauce will also receive a 30-day free trial to the streaming service that hosts Jujutsu Kaisen, Crunchyroll, so fans of the sauce can binge the anime with their nuggets.

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Anna Williams -- not to be confused with the Tekken character -- is an editor and writer that has been working closely with the anime and manga industry for over four years for a variety of publications including Comic Book Resources, Screen Rant, and We Got This Covered. She has had the opportunity to sit down and talk with key figures in the industry, and continue to grow a vast knowledge of the art and culture that goes into each new seasonal and ongoing franchise. She's also had the opportunity to work alongside indie game developers like Baroque Decay to edit and localize early devlog materials for their upcoming game Catechesis.