Despite all of the incremental sales McDonald’s has built between meals with its Snack Wrap products, the world’s largest hamburger chain still thought the portable dynamo could be bigger. And so it is. A spokeswoman for Oak Brook, Ill.-based McDonald’s confirmed a report from yesterday’s Chicago Sun-Times disclosing a test in some downtown Chicago locations of the Chicken Grande Wrap, a burrito-size version of the Snack Wrap. The larger item sells for a suggested ...

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