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Get ready to slather your food in McDonald’s sauces from the grocery store

The beloved Big Mac will soon have its special sauce sold in Canadian grocery stores.

Have you ever wished the taste of the creamy, Thousand Island-y sauce from a McDonald’s Big Mac would never go away?

If only that delightful spread could touch your lips forever.

Well, soon it can… but only in Canada.

There, you won’t have to ride over to a McDonald’s to get your fix. The fast food giant’s special sauces for the Filet-O Fish, Big Mac and McChicken will be bottled and then sold in grocery stores all over the country beginning this spring, Huffington Post Canada reports.

And for those of you who aren’t so crazy about McDonald’s sauces, here’s a fun fact — they’re selling on Ebay right now for hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars. Just one bottle of Big Mac sauce has sold for $13,426. Those sauces were first released to the public through a 10,000-bottle giveaway earlier this year.

And if you’re thinking that Big Mac sauce is just Thousand Island dressing, you’re wrong, according to McDonald’s.

"The Big Mac Sauce is unique to McDonald’s and includes a classic combination of ingredients," spokeswoman Becca Hary told USA Today. "The Bic Mac Sauce remains timeless and customers around the world continue to enjoy its signature taste."

We’re hoping the same goes for the Filet-O Fish and McChicken sauces, but we have contacted McDonald’s for clarification and will update as new information comes in.

How am I supposed to achieve my summer bod when McDonald’s is about to release Big Mac and McChicken sauce in grocery stores

— Cait (@caittcox) March 22, 2017

The sauces are being made in collaboration with condiment king Kraft Heinz, according to a Canadian food blogger Diana Chan.

"With this launch, Canadians will now be able to experience the world famous sauces they love at home," McDonald’s spokesperson Adam Grachnik told Huffington Post Canada. "We look forward to sharing more details soon."

And as if we didn’t need more reasons to move to Canada …