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A New Take on the Big Mac (May Be) Headed to U.S. McDonald’s Menus

When it comes to the most iconic sandwiches in the history of fast food, there are a few that always come to mind. Usually, though, most people would name McDonald’s Big Mac first. Created in the late ’60s by a McDonald’s franchise owner in the Pittsburgh area, the sandwich was named The Aristocrat and The Blue Ribbon Burger before it settled on the name it would become legendary for.

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