McDonald's products

McDonald's products

McDonald's original restaurant in San Bernardino, California served only hamburgers, milkshakes, and french fries. While still based on hamburgers, today's menu includes numerous other items that have been added through the years. Below are listed both the basic items sold in the company's home market, and local variations in the nearly 100 countries where McDonald's does business.


McDonald's worldwide menu is broadly similar to that of the United States; for this reason "The Economist" magazine devised the Big Mac index, as the Big Mac is a product available around the world made to the same specifications.

Even so, there are some variations due to differing tastes and cultural issues, among them:

*In predominantly Muslim countries like Malaysia, pork is not served due to Muslim dietary laws; the hamburger is called the beef burger, avoiding the word "ham" (although the name refers only to the German city of Hamburg). Additionally, in North African Morocco as well as other Muslim countries, all meat is slaughtered in the halal method and labeled as such.
*In Israel, kosher dietary laws forbid the mixture of meat and dairy products; because of this, cheeseburgers are not popular. McDonald's runs kosher restaurants in Jerusalem and in Buenos Aires, Argentina and offers a "Passover Bun" (just in Israel) for the eight-day period in which people practicing Judaism abstain from leavened bread.
*"Veggie burgers" are offered wherever there is a significant demand, including India and much of Western Europe (Belgium and France are notable examples), but McDonald's rarely certifies its products as vegetarian.

Soft drinks offered, also vary from country to country, with local brands available on tap alongside Coca-Cola Company brands. For example, Irn-Bru in Scotland and Guaraná Antarctica in Brazil, are more popular in those countries than the leading international brands (Recent studies show Irn-Bru has less market share than Coca-Cola).Fact|date=November 2007 Similar popularity has led to the sale of Farmer's Union Iced Coffee in South Australian stores. For a time, British outlets offered "McDonald's Cola" rather than Coca-Cola, for legal reasons. Also, in Peru McDonald's was heavily criticized for not stocking Inca Kola, and thus never had a chance for the top spot of fast-food restaurants in that nation (Bembos, a local chain, is number one there); McDonald's now serves Inca Kola alongside Coca-Cola, but it is still second in market share.Fact|date=November 2007

In some countries McDonald's is expanding some of its restaurants to include "McCafé" counters, which sell brewed and specialty coffees, frappés, and a range of cakes, biscuits (cookies), and sandwiches in addition to the regular McDonald's menu; the first such McCafé was installed at an existing McDonald's in central Melbourne, Australia in 1993. In Portugal, "McCafés" serve coffee in china cups, since the country has the custom of after meal coffee (Bica or Cimbalino), which is not traditionally served in plastic cups.

Demographic targeting


As part of a broader industry concession to the US Federal Trade Commission, on July 18 2007 the company agreed to limiting its advertisements directed to the under-12 demographic to two Happy Meals "containing less than 600 calories, and derive no more than 35 percent of calories from fat, and have no more than 35 percent total sugar content."Fact|date=February 2008 This can be compared to the World Health Organization's recommendation that free sugars not exceed 10 percent of energy consumed. [ [ 5. Population nutrient intake goals for preventing diet-related chronic diseases ] ]


The range of foods offered depends on the time of day. Lunch items such as hamburgers and fries are generally not served during breakfast time, from store open (or about 4:00am in 24-hour stores) to 10:30am on weekdays or 11:00am on weekends. In some 24-hour McDonald's restaurants (such as airports and service plazas), some lunch items are already available cooked to order (as in a buffet). Most breakfast items are not served at any time except breakfast, but there are some exceptions; hotcakes, Cinnamon Melts (replaced cinnamon rolls), and bacon are always available upon request at most McDonald's restaurants. Food prices vary by region and country [cite web|url=|title=McDonald's menu with prices in USD|accessmonthday=August 13 |accessyear=2006] . This food list is taken from the official [ McDonald’s website] .


All meat-patty based sandwiches are grilled, with seasonings, consisting primarily of salt and black pepper.
* Big Mac: Along with the Quarter Pounder with cheese, this is one of the two McDonald's signature menu items. Introduced in 1968 as a response to the flagship burger at Big Boy restaurants. Two 1.6 oz beef patties, special Big Mac sauce (similar to Thousand Island dressing), re-hydrated onions, two pickle slices, shredded lettuce, and cheese, on a toasted bun, with an additional middle bun (called a "club layer") separating both beef patties. Also sold as a quad sandwich with 4 beef patties, for example in Japan, where this double-meat sandwich is marketed as the "Mega Mac".
* Quarter Pounder with cheese: Along with the Big Mac, this is one of the two McDonald's signature menu items. 4.0 oz. (114 g) ground beef patty with ketchup, mustard, slivered onions, two pickle slices (many countries don't include pickles), and two slices of cheese. In some markets unfamiliar with Imperial measurements (such as France), it is known as a Royale with Cheese, or variants thereof, such as McRoyale (as famously explained in the film "Pulp Fiction"). Also available as the Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese, which includes another large beef patty and slice of cheese, or as a quad sandwich in parts of Australia.
* Hamburgers and cheeseburgers: 1.6 oz. (45 g or 1/10th lb) ground beef patty, with 1/8oz ketchup, mustard, a single dill pickle, re-hydrated onions, on a toasted bun. This is also known as a Junior Burger, in some areas. At one time early in McDonald’s history, the pickle was removed from the sandwich cite book|author=John Love|title=Behind the Arches] . Also sold as a double or triple, adding an extra pickle slice for each beef patty added. The double cheeseburger was originally offered as a promotional item, and was added to the regular menu in the late 1980s. A triple burger and a bacon double cheeseburger are optional items and are not always available in all restaurants or markets. A green chili double cheeseburger with chili peppers is offered in New Mexico.
* The Big N' Tasty is a quarter pound beef patty with ketchup, mayonnaise with a grill flavoring, diced onions, two pickles, leaf lettuce, and a tomato slice, on a toasted bun. Devised to resemble Burger King's Whopper sandwich. [cite web |url= |title=McDonald's hoping new burger a Whopper stopper |author=AP Newswire |publisher=The Augusta Chronicle |date=1997-07-02 |accessdate=2007-10-23] It is also known as the Big Xtra in Canada and Germany; the McXtra in Quebec, Canada; the Big Tasty (without the 'N') in the United Kingdom, Sweden, The Netherlands, Poland and in Brazil; the Quarter Pounder Deluxe in South Africa; and the McNifica (wonderful) in Mexico and L.A countries.
* Angus Third Pounders - A test product that is currently being offered in Southern California, Columbus, New York metro area, New Mexico, and Mississauga, Ontario. There are three sandwiches; the Angus Deluxe (American cheese, sliced red onions and sliced red tomatoes, iceberg lettuce, pickles, mustard, and mayonnaise); Angus Mushroom and Swiss (sautéed mushrooms, Swiss cheese and mayonnaise); and Angus Bacon and Cheese (bacon, American cheese, sliced red onions, mustard, ketchup and pickles). An Angus Chipotle BBQ Bacon sandwich was subsequently added to the lineup. In Ontario is the angus deluxe, the angus delux with bacon, or cheese and the angus deluxe with bacon and cheese. Cheddar cheese is used on the Angus in Canada instead of American Cheese. Designed to compete with the Angus Burger from Burger King and Thickburgers from Hardee's. Angus burgers are now available in Canada, but limited in terms of the aforementioned varieties.
* In several European markets, a wrap called the Greek Mac is sold. It consists of two burger patties wrapped in a pita with yogurt sauce, tomato slices, iceberg lettuce and onions. The sandwich is offered in Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Spain, Poland, Cyprus, Serbia (seasonal), selected outlets in the UK, and Portugal.

Chicken, fish and pork

* McChicken - A mildly spicy chicken sandwich, made from 100% white meat chicken, mayonnaise, and shredded lettuce, on a toasted bun. It was introduced in 1980, then later removed, but then later reintroduced. In some markets it is not spicy, and in others a cajun spiced version is also offered. It still remains one of the biggest sellers, just behind the Big Mac.
* McSpicy - A spicy chicken sandwich. It was introduced in Singapore and is similar to the McChicken. The McSpicy uses original chicken thigh for its patties and is topped off with lettuce and mayonnaise. When it featured two patties, it was called the McSpicy Double. Now it is only served with one patty.Nonetheless, it is more popular than the Big Mac in Singapore.fact|date=May 2008
* Premium chicken sandwiches - The Classic is a rebranding of the Crispy Chicken and Chicken McGrill sandwiches, with mayonnaise, leaf lettuce, and a tomato slice. The Ranch BLT contains ranch sauce instead of mayonnaise and includes bacon. The Club is similar to the Classic with added bacon and a piece of Swiss cheese. All are served on a honey-wheat roll, with either a grilled or crispy chicken breast.
* Southern Style Chicken Sandwich - A southern style chicken breast, on a steamed bun, dressed with butter and two pickles. Nearly identical to a Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich. [Collin Kelley. [ Chicken vs. Chicken: McDonald's and Chick-fil-A] . "Atlanta INtown: In The Loop." Accessed on May 10, 2008.]
* Snack Wrap - McDonald's version of a wrap made with white meat chicken breast (crispy or grilled), lettuce, shredded Cheddar cheese and Monterey Jack cheese, and a sauce (Spicy Buffalo, Ranch, Honey Mustard or Chipotle barbecue), wrapped in a soft flour tortilla. Officially launched on July 1, 2006. Chipotle BBQ is the most recent flavor. Available in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada & Australia. [ [ snack wrap citation, will edit later] ] [ [ second snack wrap citation, will clean up later] ] [ [ Mcdonalds Australia reveals new Chicken Menu] ]
* Chicken Fajita - Chicken, cheese, red and green bell peppers, and diced onions in a flour tortilla. Comes with Picante sauce packets on request, which are available in mild and spicy. Available in only a few markets.
* Chicken McNuggets - Introduced in 1983, these are small chicken chunks served with a dipping sauce. Available in 4, 6, 10 (originally 9), or 20 pieces. Up until 2003, they were a combination of white and dark meat, now they are made with only white meat.

* Chicken Selects - McDonald's version of chicken strips. They were introduced in 2002 for a limited time and offered again as a permanent part of the menu in 2003. They are sold in 3, 5, or 10 pieces sizes and include choices of spicy buffalo, creamy ranch, tangy honey mustard, and Chipotle barbecue dipping sauces; sauce selections in the UK are smokey barbecue, sour cream and sweet chili sauce.McDonald's USA. [ "McDonald's USA - USA Core Menu Items by Ingredients"] . "Corporate website." Accessed June 20 2007.] Sold in the United States, Canada, Israel and the UK. Available in Australia under the name Chicken McDippers.Adamy, Janet. [ "McDonald's Chicken Snack a Hit"] "" January 30 2007. Accessed June 20 2007.]

* Filet-O-Fish - A whitefish fillet with tartar sauce and a 1/2-slice of cheese, on a steamed bun. It was introduced in Cincinnati in 1963 when it was discovered that many Catholics choose to eat at Frisch's Big Boy on Friday, as it had a fish sandwich.cite web|url= |title=No fish story: Sandwich saved his McDonald's |last=Clark |first=Paul |date=February 20, 2007 |publisher= USA Today |accessdate=2007-02-20 ]
* Fish McDippers is an Asian offering that features pieces of breaded fish with dipping sauces. When the item was introduced, it had special dipping sauces such as Thai sweet chili sauce and wasabi. These two dipping sauces have since been discontinued, though at certain places that still offer them, you can get tartar sauce.
* McRib - A sandwich featuring boneless pork smothered in barbecue sauce, diced onions, and pickles. Created in 1981, but later pulled from menu. Released annually in the US as a limited time promotion. Since 2005, the McRib has reappeared in late October and stays on the menu for one month. This limited time marketing stategy was parodied on "The Simpsons", with the "Krusty Burger Ribwich". The McRib was recently released in Canada as a promotional sandwich from March 18 through April 8th, 2008. The McRib is presently on some European menus, e.g. Germany. [ [,9171,353570,00.html?iid=chix-sphere Can McDonald's Shape Up? - TIME ] ]
* Lobster sandwich is currently available on the east coast of Canada.

Other products

* McDonald's first introduced salads to its menu in 1985. Since that time, they have restructured their salad lines several times. In the U.S., the newest salad offerings are part of the McDonald's Premium line. First introduced in 2004, the Premium Salads all are a mixture of iceberg lettuce and a special lettuce assortment (romaine, etc.), with cherry tomatoes and different toppings to differentiate them; additionally all salads can be topped with warm grilled or crispy chicken. All of its salads are part of McDonald's move towards creating a healthier image.
* The Happy Meal. McDonald's created the concept of a children's meal when it introduced the first Happy Meal in 1979. The meal includes an entrée, a side order, beverage and a toy. The toy is usually a product tie-in with a movie or popular television show.
** In the U.S., the entrée is a choice of hamburger, cheeseburger, or four-piece Chicken McNuggets; the sides are a choice of fries or sliced apple with caramel dip. Milk, chocolate milk, and the traditional soda are choices for drinks.
** In Australia and New Zealand the entree is a cheeseburger hamburger, green pieces of pasta resembling zoo animals (Pasta Zoo) or chicken McNuggets, the sides are a choice of fries or apple slices. Caramel dip is not included with the apple slices in Australia or New Zealand. Milk with a flavored straw, milkshake, fruit juice, water and the traditional soda are choices for drinks. Each kids meal also comes with a toy (girl or boy)
**In Canada, the entrée is a choice of hamburger, cheeseburger, grilled cheese,or four-piece Chicken McNuggets, the side choices are small fries or sliced apples with caramel dip. Every happy meal comes with a toy and a small drink.
** The Mighty Kids Meal is a larger version of a Happy Meal targeting preteens sold in the US. It consists of a large entrée double hamburger, double cheeseburger or 6-piece Chicken McNuggets. It was introduced in 2001 in response to the Burger King’s Big Kids Meal.
* Deli Choices is a line of deli-style sandwiches that are sold internationally. It is targeted at health-conscious customers and is available in Australia, Austria, Canada, Germany, New Zealand and Britain, and is testing in the United States. It is similar to the McHero sandwich, sold in parts of the United States.
* McDonald's sells French fries (chips or pommes frites) as its primary side order. Until 1967, French fries were never frozen, but were cut on-site from potatoes and immediately fried. In international locations, they sell potato wedges, a type of French fry that is thick cut and wedge shaped and fried onion pieces that are similar to onion rings.
* Many McDonald's locations in Wal-Mart stores offer freshly-popped popcorn and soft pretzels in addition to the normal menu.


(Originally, McDonald's did not serve breakfast. The breakfast foods were introduced to McDonald's in 1971.)
* McDonald's primary breakfast offerings are breakfast sandwiches.
** McMuffins are McD's signature breakfast sandwich, first sold when the chain began breakfast in the 1970s as the Egg McMuffin, it consists of a poached egg, Canadian bacon, and American cheese on a toasted English muffin. Sausage or bacon can also be ordered. Also, the new chicken biscuit breakfast sandwich is available.
** McDonald's offers a line of breakfast sandwiches that are sold on several different carriers. Bagels, biscuits, and a special type of maple flavored pancake called McGriddles. All can all be ordered with sausage, Canadian bacon or steak, with an optional choice of cheese and/or egg. Regional meat offerings include fried chicken and bacon.
**The Mcdonald's Hamdesal is a new breakfast sandwich, which consist of a slice of ham on pandesal, which can be ordered plain, with eggs or with cheese. this sandwich is currently available in the Philippines. [Citation | title = | url= | accessdate = 2008-05-30 ]
* There are two styles of breakfast burritos available. The Sausage Burrito is made with a flour tortilla, sausage, shredded cheese, eggs, onions and peppers. The new McSkillet wrap adds potatoes and salsa. Outside the US, the breakfast burrito may be called a breakfast wrap.
* Additional breakfast items include Hotcakes; several breakfast platters with eggs, hash browns and meats or breads; a type of cinnamon roll called a Cinnamon Melt; and Danish. Biscuits and gravy are available in parts of the southern US.
* Waffles used to be sold however lack in popularity caused them to be taken off the menu.
* Hawaii McDonald's offers local breakfast items such as Spam, Portuguese sausage and fresh cut pineapple.


(Varies regionally):
* McDonald's primary soft drink supplier is the Coca-Cola Company, except in restaurants which fall under an overall contract with PepsiCo. For example: the Mall of America and the Children's Museum in Indianapolis. In the US and Canada, Cadbury-Schweppes supplies Dr Pepper.
* S&D Coffee, Gavina and Kraft supply McDonald's Premium Roast Coffee for McDonald's US restaurants besides the New England area. Green Mountain Coffee Roasters supplies Newman's Own branded coffee for McDonald's New England area restaurants.
* Hot and iced tea(supplied by S&D Coffee in the US), hot chocolate, various juices and other regional beverages are available in various markets.
* Lattes, espresso, Iced coffee and other coffee drinks are available in several markets worldwide (McCafe).
* Milkshakes are available in all of McDonald's US and global markets. Permanent flavors are Vanilla, Strawberry, and Chocolate; regional or seasonal flavors include Coffee, Eggnog (LTO shake for Christmas), Banana, Strawberry Banana, Mango Raspberry, Honeycomb, Arctic Orange (sherbet), Shamrock Shake (a green, peppermint LTO shake for St. Patrick's Day), Chocolate Mint, and Rolo (available only in Canada and the UK. This flavoured milkshake was also available in the Republic of Ireland during the summer of 2007 for a limited time only).


* Soft serve ice cream is available in several forms, including sundaes, cones and a mix-in dessert called the McFlurry, similar to Dairy Queen's Blizzard.
**Regionally, other forms of ice cream are available; Dippin' Dots are sold in parts of the US West Coast, Tillamook ice cream in Oregon and Washington and hard pack ice cream from Blue Bell Creameries is sold in parts of Texas.
**The McFlurry is a vanilla ice cream dessert that has pieces of candy, fruit or cookies mixed into it. The mixing blade for the dessert is actually a specially designed spoon with a hollow handle that attaches to the mixer spindle. The blade is used once then given to the customer to use to eat the product. Available in most of its markets. [cite web | title= McFlurry USPTO trademark information | url= | work = [ United States Patent and Trademark Office] | date=1997-12-19 | accessdate=2006-09-01]
* Cookies McDonaldland cookies are traditionally available and are similar to animal crackers. "Freshly" baked cookies manufactured by Nestlé are available in some markets.
* Pies McDonald's pies are actually baked turnovers that come in apple, cherry and other seasonal or limited-time-only flavors, such as pumpkin pie and haupia pie in Hawaii. In Canada, in the 1970s, blueberry was standard, as was the Great Fruit Pie.
* The Fruit and Yogurt Parfait - a mix of frozen strawberries and blueberries and vanilla yogurt, sold with a package of granola topping.
* Smoothies are available in some locations, mango and strawberry flavors (also check out the [ Donald's In Norway Chooses One-Shot Revolver For Smoothie Blending] press release).
* Pineapple empanadas were introduced in the US in April 2006 and rolled out nationally in January 2007.
* Malaysian McDonalds offer banana and red bean sundaes.

Discontinued menu items

* Hulaburger: A Ray Kroc invention, it featured a slice of pineapple instead of meat. Originally intended for Roman Catholics who were not allowed to eat meat on Fridays during lent. It flopped when it was test-marketed in 1963.
* McFeast: A hamburger with a slice of ham and cheese, meant to compete with Burger King's Yumbo in certain markets in the late 1970s.
* McDLT: The McDLT (McDonald's Lettuce and Tomato) was sold in a novel form of packaging. [cite patent|US|4653685] The meat and bottom half of the bun was prepared separately from the lettuce, tomato, American cheese, pickles, sauces, and top half of the bun. Both were then packaged into a specially designed two-sided container. The consumer was then expected to finalize preparation of the sandwich by combining the hot and cool sides just prior to eating. The company discontinued the sandwich in 1990 due to the move away from the environmentally unsound styrofoam packaging which was integral to the McDLT "experience". The McDLT is perhaps best remembered for its marketing, which focused on variations of the theme "Keep the hot side hot, and the cool side cool." A 1985 commercial released to market the new sandwich featured a young Jason Alexander.
* Beefsteak Sandwich - test-marketed in New York and other East Coast markets in 1980 and as far west as Chicago were part of a McDonald's "Dinner Menu", offered only after 4:00 p.m. The Beefsteak Sandwich was essentially an elongated hamburger of a different quality served on a short French roll, similar to a sub or hero roll. Packets of steak sauce (A1 sauce in Chicago) were available for the sandwich.
* Onion Nuggets - introduced at the same time as the Beefsteak Sandwich as the side item for the Dinner Menu. Onion Nuggets were chopped onions shaped into small solid pieces, dipped in batter and deep-fried.
* McLean Deluxe - A lower-calorie Quarter Pounder-type sandwich (introduced in 1991). This item was otherwise identical to the Big & Tasty and the McDLT.
* Triple Ripple - A mixed cone with strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate, topped with a plastic top.
* Arch Deluxe - A failed attempt to produce a "luxury" hamburger, promoted by a high-profile advertising campaign (introduced in 1996). It featured a quarter pound beef patty on a potato roll, with leaf lettuce, tomato, red onion, cheese, and a honey mustard-type sauce; peppered bacon was also offered for an extra charge.
* Torta - In 2000, the company released their own version of tortas, a Mexican sandwich, in southern California on a trial basis.
* McStuffin - a pocket sandwich available with various fillings.
* Chicken McGrill - Same as the Crispy Chicken, but with a marinated, grilled chicken breast. Both the Crispy and Grilled Chicken are derivatives of the failed Arch Deluxe sandwiches. Also replaced with a premium chicken sandwich in July 2005, but is still available in Canada.
* McGrilled Chicken Classic - A sandwich featuring a grilled chicken breast portion that was produced before being replaced by the Grilled Chicken Deluxe/Chicken McGrill.
* McWraps - Chicken Caesar, Chicken and Garden Salad wraps served toasted in a thick herb flat bread.
* Fried Roast Beef Sandwich - An early sandwich that caused a disaster in the company. Inspired by a franchisee's version of an Arby's sandwich, the sandwich failed because due to the costs of getting roast beef slicers, no matter how many sandwiches they could sell, it would never turn a profit.
* Philly Cheesesteak - Slices of steak and Swiss cheese with onions. Served until August 2007, at Australian and American McDonald’s. This sandwich is still available in Canada, made with Cheese spread instead of Swiss, and with green bell pepper.
* Pizza - McDonald's has also attempted pizza at various times, with an apple-pie-like McPizza and more conventional McDonald's Pizza. A line of personal sized pizzas were sold in the early 90s. In Alberta, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland & Labrador, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and British Columbia (c. 1992-1997) the pizza originally began as a family sized pizza that was brought out to the table by an employee and placed on a raised rack in the centre of the table. Later it was scaled down to a personal sized pizza when the larger version did not sell well.
* Hot Dogs - CEO Ray Kroc famously prohibited the company from selling hot dogs, regardless of potential demand, as he regarded them as unhygienic in his 1977 autobiography; however, UK Stores did sell Hot Dogs during the late nineties on the McChoice menu (later PoundSaver). Also, at least one American restaurant offered Oscar Mayer hot dogs at some time, and McDonald's locations at Toronto Metro Zoo and SkyDome in Toronto offered hot dogs until 1999.
* Grilled Chicken Flatbread Sandwich - Grilled chicken strips, lettuce, tomato, grilled onions, pepper jack cheese, and a creamy herb sauce served wrapped in a heated flatbread. Served briefly in June 2002, and brought back in December 2002-January 2003. It was so popular in its original run that locations were running out of the flatbread, forcing McDonald's to briefly stop promoting the item.
* Chicken Platter - A grilled chicken burger served with lettuce and tomato on the HotCakes tray.
* Big 33 or McJordan Special - A quarter pound burger with bacon and special barbecue sauce named after either basketball player Larry Bird or Michael Jordan.
* Triple-Double Burger - A burger featuring 3 beef patties and 2 slices of cheese, served on the same 6 inch (15.2 cm) sesame seed roll as the McRib. This was sold under the names of local sports stars in at least two markets in the 1990s:
** The Jason Kidd Burger - Downtown Phoenix, Arizona franchises had an LTO burger named after NBA player Jason Kidd, while he played for the Phoenix Suns.
** Boselli Burger - Jacksonville, Florida franchises also featured the Triple-Double Burger in 1998, named after Jacksonville Jaguars tackle Tony Boselli. cite web|url=|title=Advertising war games have definitely begun|accessmonthday=May 28 |accessyear=2008]
* Beef Wennington - A burger solely offered in the Chicago area in the late 1990s, named after former Chicago Bulls player Bill Wennington. It featured a single patty topped with cheese, onions, barbecue sauce and a slice of Canadian bacon, as a tribute to Wennington's Canadian background.
* Dinner Menu - In early 1990s a New Dinner Menu was tested for 6-12 months at two locations in New York and Tennessee. It consisted of the above mentioned pizza but also included lasagna, spaghetti, fettuccine alfredo, and roasted chicken as entrees. The side dishes included mashed potatoes and gravy and a vegetable medley. For the dessert it included a brownie a la mode.
* Chicken Fajitas - The Chicken Fajitas consisted of a small soft tortilla, a grilled vegetable medley, and grilled chicken. The fajita was in the traditional thin wrapping paper and given that way. Not a favorite for most people as it was considered to be bland and too small of a portion for most consumers.
*Salad Shakers- A salad of lettuce, croutons and other fix ins in a tall dome shaped plastic container. Add your dressing to the top, put on the lid and shake it to taste. Although when first launched it was a huge success, it soon began to decline as many found themselves scraping the majority of their dressing off the lid and having to mix the rest of the dressing to the bottom of the container with their utensils.
*Daily Double-Similar to the Double Cheese Burger, however it consisted of different toppings

ee also

* Burger King products
* In-N-Out Burger menu items
* [ McDonald's McFlurries of the world]


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