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The McDonald’s Big Mac — now with 66 percent more beef!

Starting next year, the world’s largest restaurant chain will offer both larger and smaller versions of its iconic burger for a limited time.

A classic Big Mac has two beef patties, three pieces of bread, two slices of cheese, special sauce, lettuce, pickles, and onions. Its new smaller cousin, the Mac Jr., will contain a single patty, while customers who can’t get enough will be able to feast on the Grand Mac, featuring 66 percent more meat than a Big Mac, plus an extra slice of cheese and a larger bun.


Hundreds of McDonald’s restaurants in Dallas/Ft. Worth and central Ohio have already tested the new Macs, and certain locations in Florida and the Pittsburgh area will begin serving them in mid-November. The rest of the country will have to wait until early 2017 to sink their teeth into the burgers.

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McDonald’s Chef Mike Haracz said the decision to offer new Macs stemmed from customer feedback.

“We listened to our customers who told us they wanted different ways to enjoy the one-of-a-kind Big Mac taste,” Haracz told Business Insider. “The classic combination of ingredients remains timeless and customers around the world continue to enjoy its signature taste.”

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(H/T: Business Insider)

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