Skip to comments.McDonald's Cuts Angus Burgers From Menu
Posted on 05/10/2013 4:28:20 AM PDT by Daffynition
McDonald's is cutting the Angus burger from its menu.
The Oak Brook, Ill.-based company had said earlier this year that it was evaluating whether to continue selling the Angus Third Pounders, which were introduced in 2009 and are among the chain's priciest items. The company also said at the time that it was it was cutting Chicken Selects and Fruit & Walnut Salad.
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Yes....it appears that they had too much meat in them...
Figures. Might have been the best thing they had giong.
Angus was the only sandwich I’d buy from McDonalds.
Their other products might as well be relabeled ‘roadkill meat’.
The few times I tried them, they were juicer [not as dry] as the standard quarter pounder. I could never finish one.
They just eliminated any reason for me to eat at McDonald’s again.
I actually thought they were dry, atleast the ones I had. I had a double cheeseburger from McD’s the other day and it tasted like a piece of cardboard. They need to get their act together.
Hands down the best burger for the money! Love Five Guys.
I quit buying “Big Macs” because the “meat” “patties” could be covered with the bottom of a medium drink cup.
I already avoid McD’s. This will make my trips there even less frequent.
I quit going there long ago. I quit because everything looks good, but tastes like cardboard. The buns, the meat, even their fries (try tasting them after about a half hour)....
They started growing legs and walking out of the coolers on their own.
It was all gonna be paid with EBT anyway.
Angus Third Pounders were the only thing on menu that tasted like it was made with real meat. On a good day a double quarter pounder was ok.
its not like they were anything that great.
I tried them- I wished I had just gotten a burger or two at half the price
So now the menu consists solely of putrid crap held together with grease, and loaded with sugar and/or salt. The McDonald’s around me is a pit. Dirty, garbage overflowing, horrible food. I don’t know how it stays in business.
Sad. That was the only decent thing McDonald’s had. It actually almost tasted like a real burger.
I dont know how it stays in business...
Eating at McDonald’s is a habit formed from Happy Meals days. People have developed an acquired taste for McDonald’s food.
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