McDonalds Making Major Change To Burgers In New York
The largest fast-food chain in the United States is trying to make the best burger you will ever taste.
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Earlier this week, Mcdonald's announced that they plan on making major changes to their classic burger recipe.
The new recipe will impact the Big Mac, McDouble burger, classic cheeseburger, and hamburger.
According to their press release, the changes to these burgers include:
- Softer, pillowy buns that are freshly toasted to a golden brown
- Perfectly melted cheese that will make you want to savor every last bit off the wrapper
- Juicier, caramelized flavor from adding white onions to the patties while they’re still on the grill
- Even more of everyone’s favorite Big Mac sauce, bringing more tangy sweetness to every Big Mac bite
McDonald's has already tested the new burger recipes in international markets like Australia, Canada, and Belgium.
The fast-food giant has begun to roll out the new burgers in several cities along the West Coast and is expected to have the new burgers in every store by the end of 2023.
On average Mcdonalds' sells 75 burgers every second around the world and around 2.36 billion burgers a year. The company officially stop counting how many burgers they sold back in 1994 when they reached over 99 billion burgers sold.
When Mcdonald's first opened, they only sold cheeseburgers and hamburgers. The Big Mac was introduced in 1967 in Pittsburgh before being introduced nationwide a year later.
The McDouble Burger was introduced at Mcdonalds' across the country in 1997.
Will these new changes make McDonald's the tastiest burger in New York? Only time will tell.
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