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McDonald's brings back Big Mac family burgers

There will be 3 different kinds of Big Mac burgers.

McDonald’s Australia has announced the return of the Mac Family to feature 3 different kinds of Big Mac.

The Big Mac classic features two 100% Aussie beef patties, crisp iceberg lettuce, melting signature cheese, onions and pickles between a toasted sesame seed bun, finished with Macca’s signature Special Sauce.

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The Mac Jr meanwhile is the smaller single-patty variation of the original burger for a more compact burger experience. The Grand Big Mac features bigger patties and bigger buns

The release of the burgers is accompanied by the new crispy Onion Rings served with Big Mac Special Sauce.

To accompany the family reunion, crispy Onion Rings served with Big Mac Special Sauce, will also be available for when you’re craving something crunchy.

“The Big Mac is a true global icon and one of our most popular menu items, delivering feel-good moments for our loyal customers for more than 50 years in Australia,” Samantha McLeod, Marketing Director for McDonald’s Australia said.

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