McDonald's Plans To Introduce Even Bigger Burgers In the U.S.

McDonald's seeks to satisfy fast-food customers' need for larger, cheaper burgers.

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McDonald's executives told investors on Dec. 6 that they will serve larger burgers. The company says data

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and analysis reveal people desire bigger, cheaper, easier-to-access burgers that can fulfill larger appetites.

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We listened to customers. We know they want larger, high-quality burgers that fill you up and are delivered quickly and affordably "Jo Sempels,

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Sempels said McDonald's will test larger burgers in a few markets before rolling them out globally. McDonald's CEO Chris Kempczinski

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"In the U.S., in a number of markets, around the world, having a larger burger is an opportunity," said Kempczinski. "Working on that. Expect that in the future."

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Kempczinski and Sempels were ambiguous regarding these larger burgers' menu debuts. Despite being larger, Kempczinski said the new burgers won't be expensive.

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 "We think we're going to be able to deliver a great tasting large burger at a superior value to what [customers] can get anywhere else," Kempczinski said.

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McDonald's customers can expect exciting modifications to their burgers as they wait for these extra-large burgers. McDonald's

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