McDonald’s is making the biggest change ever to the Big Mac

McDonalds testing three types of Big Macs

McDonald’s is testing some massive changes to its popular Big Mac. The chain is testing a “Grand Mac” and a “Mac Jr” that will appeal to different customers with smaller and bigger appetites.

The “Grand Mac” has a third pound more beef than the regular Big Mac and, an extra slice of cheese, and a larger bun, Columbus Business First reports.

The Mac Jr. is a single-patty burger meant to be eaten on the go.

The burgers are being tested through June 6 at hundreds of restaurants in central Ohio and the Dallas/Ft. Worth areas.

A McDonald’s franchise owner also revealed on Tuesday that they are building the “McDonald’s of the future” which includes all-you-can-eat french fries, a massive play area for kids, and kiosk ordering that allows customers to create the exact burgers and chicken sandwiches they want to eat.

The new 6,000 square-foot McDonald’s will even offer table service and employ 85 workers to assist customers with all of their needs.

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Written by Tammy Johnson

Tammy Johnson

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