In a new move, popular fast food leviathan, McDonald’s has come with two new burger offerings to grace its menu. The two burgers are a spin on the company’s popular Big Mac burgers in various sizes. One of the burgers resembles McDonald’s classic cheeseburger with merely a single patty in between the buns whilst the second offering has four patties in contrast to the Big Mac’s two and comes with a calorie count of a whopping seven hundred calories and twice the deliciousness.
“Beginning Thursday, McDonald's (MCD) is adding a Little Mac and a Double Big Mac to its menu, for a limited time. They are smaller and larger, respectively, versions of its flagship Big Mac hamburger. The Double Big Mac, which costs $5.49, has four burger patties. It has 720 calories and 43 grams of fat. By comparison, a regular-sized Big Mac, which has two patties, costs $3.99. It has 540 calories and 30 grams of fat,” reported the company to news broadcaster CNN.
This is not the first time that the company is making spin offs of the Big Mac; in the past they had introduced the Grand Mac which resembled the classic version but bigger buns and patties making it much more juicier.