McDonald’s Corp said on Thursday it is phasing out one-third pound Angus burgers from U.S. menus, an anticipated move that comes shortly after U.S. beef prices hit a 10-year high.

The company in March said it was weighing the removal of its “premium” Angus burgers to make room for other food options.

“While these burgers will no longer be available in our restaurants, they may still play a future role on our menu,” spokeswoman Danya Proud said.

While prices for beef and other commodities have risen as a result of last summer’s historic drought, overall food costs have not seen the sharp spike experts predicted.