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  • McDonald’s is clearly the most popular fast food restaurant in not just the United States, but the world. Mcdonalds carries the lowest prices in the fast food industry.

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  • Menu:

    Extra Value Meals

    Meals Include Medium French Fries or Salad & Soft Drink

    Big Mac $3.99
    Big Mac – Meal $5.99
    2 Cheeseburgers $2.00
    2 Cheeseburgers – Meal $4.89
    Quarter Pounder with Cheese $3.79
    Quarter Pounder with Cheese – Meal $5.79
    Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese $4.79
    Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese – Meal $6.69
    Bacon Clubhouse Burger $4.49
    Bacon Clubhouse Burger – Meal $6.49
    Buttermilk Crispy Chicken $4.39
    Buttermilk Crispy Chicken – Meal $6.39
    Artisan Grilled Chicken $4.39
    Artisan Grilled Chicken – Meal $6.39
    Premium McWrap Chicken & Bacon (Grilled or Crispy) $4.39
    Premium McWrap Chicken & Bacon (Grilled or Crispy) – Meal $6.39
    Premium McWrap Chicken & Ranch (Grilled or Crispy) $4.39
    Premium McWrap Chicken & Ranch (Grilled or Crispy) – Meal $6.39
    Premium McWrap Sweet Chili Chicken (Grilled or Crispy) $4.39
    Premium McWrap Sweet Chili Chicken (Grilled or Crispy) – Meal $6.39
    Filet-O-Fish $3.79
    Filet-O-Fish – Meal $5.79
    Double Filet-O-Fish $4.79
    Double Filet-O-Fish – Meal $6.79
    Premium Chicken Bacon Clubhouse (Grilled or Crispy) $4.49
    Premium Chicken Bacon Clubhouse (Grilled or Crispy) – Meal $6.49

    Nuggets

    Meals Include Medium French Fries or Salad & Soft Drink

    Chicken McNuggets 10 Pc. $4.49
    Chicken McNuggets – Meal 10 Pc. $6.49
    Chicken McNuggets 20 Pc. $5.00
    Chicken McNuggets 40 Pc. $8.99

    Salads

    Grilled or Crispy Chicken

    Southwest Salad $4.79
    Bacon Ranch Salad $4.59

    McPick 2 for $2

    Limited Time

    Entree (McDouble or McChicken) & Side (Small Fries or 3 Pc. Mozzarella Sticks) $2.00

    Snacks & Sides

    Chicken Ranch Snack Wrap (Grilled or Crispy) $1.69
    French Fries Small $1.39
    French Fries Medium $1.79
    French Fries Large $1.89
    Mozzarella Sticks 3 Pc. $1.19

    McValue Menu & More

    Grilled Onion Cheddar Burger $1.00
    McDouble $1.39
    McChicken $1.29
    BBQ Ranch Burger $1.00
    Cheeseburger $1.00
    Double Cheeseburger $1.69
    Daily Double $1.99
    Bacon McDouble $2.00
    4 Pc. Chicken McNuggets $1.99
    20 Pc. Chicken McNuggets $5.00
    Parfait $1.00
    Side Salad $1.59
    3 Cookies $1.00
    Cone $1.00
    Apple Slices 2 Bags $1.00

    McValue Breakfast Menu

    Sausage Burrito $1.29
    Sausage McMuffin $1.19
    Sausage Biscuit $1.19
    Hash Browns $1.09
    Egg & Cheese Biscuit $1.39
    Cinnamon Melt $1.69

    McCafe Drinks

    Smoothie (Mango Pineapple, Strawberry Banana, or Blueberry Pomegranate) Small $2.39
    Smoothie (Mango Pineapple, Strawberry Banana, or Blueberry Pomegranate) Medium $2.89
    Smoothie (Mango Pineapple, Strawberry Banana, or Blueberry Pomegranate) Large $3.39
    Frappe (Mocha, Caramel, or Chocolate Chip) Small $2.39
    Frappe (Mocha, Caramel, or Chocolate Chip) Medium $2.89
    Frappe (Mocha, Caramel, or Chocolate Chip) Large $3.39
    Espresso & Chocolate (Mocha, Caramel Mocha, Iced Mocha, Iced Caramel Mocha, Latte, Hot Chocolate, White Chocolate Mocha or White Hot Chocolate) Small $2.39
    Espresso & Chocolate (Mocha, Caramel Mocha, Iced Mocha, Iced Caramel Mocha, Latte, Hot Chocolate, White Chocolate Mocha or White Hot Chocolate) Medium $2.89
    Espresso & Chocolate (Mocha, Caramel Mocha, Iced Mocha, Iced Caramel Mocha, Latte, Hot Chocolate, White Chocolate Mocha or White Hot Chocolate) Large $3.39
    Premium Roast Coffee Small $1.00
    Premium Roast Coffee Medium $1.29
    Premium Roast Coffee Large $1.49
    Iced Coffee Small $1.39
    Iced Coffee Medium $1.79
    Iced Coffee Large $1.99
    Sweet Tea Small $1.00
    Sweet Tea Medium $1.29
    Sweet Tea Large $1.49
    Soft Drink Small $1.00
    Soft Drink Medium $1.29
    Soft Drink Large $1.49
    Orange Juice Small $1.59
    Orange Juice Medium $1.89
    Orange Juice Large $2.09
    Milk $1.00
    Dasani Water Bottle $1.00

    Sweet Treats

    Shake (Chocolate, Vanilla, or Strawberry) Small $2.19
    Shake (Chocolate, Vanilla, or Strawberry) Medium $2.59
    Shake (Chocolate, Vanilla, or Strawberry) Large $2.99
    Shamrock Shake (Limited Time) Small $2.19
    Shamrock Shake (Limited Time) Medium $2.59
    Shamrock Shake (Limited Time) Large $2.99
    Sundae (Hot Fudge or Caramel) $1.29
    Apple Pie $0.99
    Cone (Vanilla) $1.00
    McFlurry Snack $1.79
    McFlurry Regular $2.39
    Soft Baked Chocolate Chip Cookie 1 Pc. $0.39
    Soft Baked Chocolate Chip Cookie 3 Pc. $1.00
    Strawberry & Creme Pie (Limited Time) $0.99

    Happy Meal

    Includes Kids French Fries, Side & Drink

    Chicken McNuggets 4 Pc. $3.29
    Hamburger $2.49
    Cheeseburger $2.79

    Mighty Kids Meal

    Includes Small French Fries, Side & Drink

    Chicken McNuggets 6 Pc. $3.99

    Breakfast Meals

    Meals Include Hash Browns and Small Coffee

    Egg White Delight McMuffin $2.79
    Egg White Delight McMuffin – Meal $3.99
    Egg McMuffin $2.79
    Egg McMuffin – Meal $3.99
    Sausage McMuffin with Egg $2.99
    Sausage McMuffin with Egg – Meal $4.19
    Bacon, Egg & Cheese Biscuit $3.19
    Bacon, Egg & Cheese Biscuit – Meal $4.39
    Sausage Biscuit with Egg $2.79
    Sausage Biscuit with Egg – Meal $3.99
    Sausage Gravy & Biscuit $2.89
    Sausage Gravy & Biscuit – Meal $4.89
    Bacon, Egg & Cheese McGriddles $3.29
    Bacon, Egg & Cheese McGriddles – Meal $4.49
    Sausage, Egg & Cheese McGriddles $3.29
    Sausage, Egg & Cheese McGriddles – Meal $4.49
    Sausage McGriddles $2.79
    Sausage McGriddles – Meal $4.49
    Bacon, Egg & Cheese Bagel $3.29
    Bacon, Egg & Cheese Bagel – Meal $4.99
    Steak, Egg & Cheese Bagel $3.99
    Steak, Egg & Cheese Bagel – Meal $5.19
    2 Sausage Burritos $2.39
    2 Sausage Burritos – Meal $4.29

    Morning Platters

    Big Breakfast with Hot Cakes $5.49
    Big Breakfast $3.69
    Sausage Gravy & Biscuit $2.99
    3 Hot Cakes with Sausage $3.19
    3 Hot Cakes $2.49
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    As proud to make history as we are to make burgers.

    From drive-thru restaurants to Chicken McNuggets to college credits from Hamburger U, we’ve had quite a journey. And we’re still going. But to take a look into our past, we need to share the story of one man.

    The Ray Kroc Story

    How do you create a restaurant business and become an overnight success at the age of 52? As Ray Kroc said, “I was an overnight success alright, but 30 years is a long, long night.”

     

    Origins

    In 1917, 15-year-old Ray Kroc lied about his age to join the Red Cross as an ambulance driver, but the war ended before he completed his training. He then worked as a piano player, a paper cup salesman and a Multimixer salesman.

    In 1954, he visited a restaurant in San Bernardino, California that had purchased several Multimixers. There he found a small but successful restaurant run by brothers Dick and Mac McDonald, and was stunned by the effectiveness of their operation. They produced a limited menu, concentrating on just a few items – burgers, fries and beverages – which allowed them to focus on quality and quick service.

    They were looking for a new franchising agent and Kroc saw an opportunity. In 1955, he founded McDonald’s System, Inc., a predecessor of the McDonald’s Corporation, and six years later bought the exclusive rights to the McDonald’s name and operating system. By 1958, McDonald’s had sold its 100 millionth hamburger.

    A Unique Philosophy

    Ray Kroc wanted to build a restaurant system that would be famous for providing food of consistently high quality and uniform methods of preparation. He wanted to serve burgers, fries and beverages that tasted just the same in Alaska as they did in Alabama.

    To achieve this, he chose a unique path: persuading both franchisees and suppliers to buy into his vision, working not for

    McDonald’s but for themselves, together with McDonald’s. He promoted the slogan, “In business for yourself, but not by yourself.” His philosophy was based on the simple principle of a 3-legged stool: one leg was McDonald’s franchisees; the second, McDonald’s suppliers; and the third, McDonald’s employees. The stool was only as strong as the three legs that formed its foundation.

    “If I had a brick for every time I’ve repeated the phrase Quality, Service, Cleanliness and Value, I think I’d probably be able to bridge the Atlantic Ocean with them.” – Ray Kroc

    System First

    First and foremost, Kroc advocated adherence to the system approach. So while many of McDonald’s most famous menu items – like the Filet-O-Fish, Big Mac, and Egg McMuffin – were created by franchisees, the McDonald’s operating system required franchisees to follow the core McDonald’s principles of quality, service, cleanliness and value.

    The Roots of Quality

    McDonald’s passion for quality meant that every single ingredient was tested, tasted and perfected to fit the operating system. Kroc shared his vision of McDonald’s future, selling his early suppliers on future volumes. They believed in him and the restaurant boomed.

    Again, Ray Kroc was looking for a partnership, and he managed to create the most integrated, efficient and innovative supply system in the food service industry. These supplier relationships have flourished over the decades. In fact, many McDonald’s suppliers operating today first started business with a handshake from Ray Kroc.

    Hamburger University

    In 1961, Kroc launched a training program, later called Hamburger University, at a new McDonald’s restaurant in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. There, franchisees were trained on the proper methods for running a successful McDonald’s restaurant. Hamburger U utilized a research and development laboratory in nearby Addison, Illinois to develop new cooking, freezing, storing and serving methods. Today, more than 275,000 franchisees, managers, and employers have graduated from the program.

    The Legend Lives On

    Right up until he died on January 14, 1984, Ray Kroc never stopped working for McDonald’s. His legacy continues to this day, providing McDonald’s customers with great tasting, affordable food; crew and franchisees with opportunities for growth; and suppliers with a shared commitment to provide the highest quality ingredients and products.

    From his passion for innovation and efficiency, to his relentless pursuit of quality, to his many charitable contributions, Ray Kroc’s legacy continues to be an inspirational and integral part of McDonald’s – today and into the future.

    One Milestone At A Time

    From the first drive-thru to the first Chicken McNuggets, we’ve had a lot of memorable milestones. For a snapshot of our accomplishments, take a look at our interactive History Timeline.

    Sources

    Grinding it Out: The Making of McDonald’s by Ray A. Kroc, ©Ray A. Kroc 1977.

    McDonalds: Behind the Golden Arches by John F. Love ©John F. Love 1995. aboutmcdonalds.com 2009.

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