Canadians in love with McDonald's Big Mac sauce will no longer have to try to whip it up themselves, because containers of the stuff will soon pop up on store shelves.
McDonald's Canada confirmed to The Huffington Post Canada Tuesday that it is bringing Big Mac, McChicken and Filet-O-Fish sauces to grocery stores across the country this spring.
"With this launch, Canadians will now be able to experience the world famous sauces they love at home," spokesperson Adam Grachnik said in a statement.
"We look forward to sharing more details soon."
Food blogger Diana Chan sparked our initial curiosity with her Instagram post from the Grocery & Specialty Food West Convention.
She wrote on her blog that the company is working with Kraft Heinz to make the condiments.
A select few Americans got ahold of bottles of Big Mac sauce earlier this year, when McDonald's gave away 10,000 at its restaurants.
Many people are hawking the bottles for $100 or more on eBay.
More ambitious cooks can already make the sauce, thanks to this YouTube video the fast food chain posted a few years ago.
But McDonald's is all about convenience, so why shouldn't their sauces come from a bottle?