McDonald’s is changing up their legendary lineup of burgers for the better. On your next visit to McDonald’s, you can look forward to your Big Mac, Quarter Pounder or Cheeseburger being hotter, juicier and tastier.
McDonald’s is enhancing its burger experience through a number of small changes to how burgers are cooked and served, starting with cooking its 100 percent Canadian beef patties in smaller batches.
Additionally, several aspects of the ingredients and process are getting a makeover, including improved produce storage and warmer buns.
The full suite of burger improvements include:
- 100 percent Canadian beef patties now cooked in smaller batches for hotter and juicier beef (than prior classic burgers)
- Storage changes for fresher and crisper produce
- Onions added directly on the patties on the grill to intensify flavour (exclude Quarter Pounder lineups)
- More of our legendary Mac Sauce applied on Big Macs
- New bun recipes for warmer buns
McDonald’s beef patties are 100 percent pure Canadian beef, made from cattle raised by ranchers primarily located in Alberta and Saskatchewan, and – with the exception of a pinch of salt and pepper – produced without any artificial preservatives, fillers, colours or flavours.
From August 13-19, 2019, McDonald’s is offering a $3 Big Mac at restaurants nationally, to encourage Canadians to taste the difference in this remastered classic beef burger.