Starting Tuesday, US fast-food chain McDonald's in Atlantic Canada will offer a fish and chips meal, a two-piece serving of wild-caught battered Atlantic haddock, served with McDonald's fries and a special tartar dipping sauce, the CBC reports.

"The Atlantic haddock used in the fish and chips meal is supplied by High Liner Foods out of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia," the company wrote in a press release.

During the promotion, which runs through August, McDonald's Canada estimates it will use about 32,400 pounds of haddock, which will be from the waters off Nova Scotia.