WORLD'S MOST EXPENSIVE BIG MAC
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What is the most expensive Big Mac in the world?
Ask anyone to tell you what first
comes to mind upon hearing ‘McDonald’s’ and they will most likely reply, “Big
Mac.” This is the sandwich that McDonald’s is known for but who knows if it
would have been so successful if it had been called either of the names that
were first being considered for the now infamous burger: The Aristocrat, or The
Blue Ribbon Burger.
It was actually an advertising
secretary at McDonald’s head office that coined the name, ‘Big Mac’ and it’s
what the franchise has become known for to this day.
The sandwich consists of seven
ingredients, which were featured in a huge commercial run by McDonald’s in the
1980s. These ingredients are: two 1.6-ounce all-beef patties; lettuce; cheese;
pickles; onion; special sauce; and all served on a sesame-seed bun.
So what can one expect to pay for
these simple ingredients? In the United States a Big Mac will cost approximately
$3.00 - $4.50, depending on which state you’re in but this is still mere pennies
compared to what you will pay in other parts of the world.
You’ll find the most expensive Big Macs when you’re
in Denmark, Switzerland, Norway or Iceland.
Iceland is home to the very most
expensive, with a Big Mac costing 469 kronur, about $7.61 USD.
In Norway it costs 40 Norwegian
kroner, about $6.88 USD.
In Switzerland it's about 6.30 Swiss francs, about $5.20 USD.
Denmark’s sandwiches then seem like a bargain at 27.75
Danish kroner, about $5.08 USD.
The Big Mac
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