McDonald's Is Making Major Changes To Its Burgers

McDonald's revealed burger changes in April. Pillowy buns, melting cheese, and tastier patties were promised.

The alterations began on the West Coast in 2023 and have spread nationwide. Fans have been going crazy over them—not always in a good way. McDonald's says the burger tweaks will go out nationwide by early 2024.

To make juicier burgers, the eatery made additional changes, according to The Wall Street Journal. McDonald's also strives to provide the “best burgers ever.”

We can accomplish it quickly and safely, but it may not taste good. “We want to incorporate quality into where we are,” McDonald's senior director of global menu strategy Chris Young told The Wall Street Journal.

What can fans anticipate from these enhanced burgers? First, six patties will be grilled instead of eight. Less patties means less pressure on the auto-cooking system, resulting in juicier burgers. 

The updated burgers will have buttery brioche buns with a broader bottom to absorb heat. Cheese, lettuce, and tomatoes will also change, according to McDonald's.

Here are all the changes coming to McDonald's burgers: more sauce on Big Macs meltier cheese fresher lettuce and pickles

six patties will be grilled at a time brioche buns will be sliced with a thicker bottom onions will be rehydrated after purchase sesame seeds will be further spaced out

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