McDonald's 'Triangle Peach Cream Pie' is Made with White Japanese Peaches

In Japan, McDonald's has been serving up a variety of triangle-shaped pastries over the years, but its newest one, the 'Triangle Peach Cream Pie,' taps into the incredibly popular flavor of white peaches.

The fruits used to make the light pink cream filling inside these pastries comes from the Wakayama Prefecture in the Kansai Region of Japan. The Hakuho peach variety is known as one of the most popular peaches in Japan and will be the star of these sweet baked goods that are offered for a limited time across McDonald's Japan.

Now more than ever, consumers are looking for refreshing food and beverage products on the market that help them to look at healthy fruits and vegetables in a new light and celebrate locally sourced ingredients.