after 42 years of existence, this burger will be removed from menus

Over the years, McDonald’s has managed to establish itself as THE most famous fast food restaurant in the world. Present in 118 countries, the brand is constantly renewing its menu to offer ever more novelties to its customers, whether newcomers or long-time regulars. And unfortunately for this burger, the adventure is coming to an end soon, after 42 years of existence all the same.

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In addition to its flagship products, which remain on the menu throughout the year, McDonald’s rotates its temporary products to give its customers a new feel. An additional reason for going through the door for some, the desire to eat something other than a Big Mac or nuggets for others. But as all good things come to an end, products end up disappearing for lack of success. This is the case, for example, of McPlant, the first vegetarian steak burger from McDonald’s. Canceled for lack of customers, this rather special burger will soon be joined by a classic from the menu.

As CNN reports, it’s the McRib’s turn to say goodbye. Still, this burger, consisting of a boneless, rib-shaped pork patty slathered in barbecue sauce and placed on a bun, is going to get one last round.

Like any farewell tour, we hope it’s not a “goodbye” but a “see you later”. Because, as our McRib fans have seen time and time again, you never know when – or if – the McRib will return. “, said McDonald’s.

Despite the cancellation of the burger, launched on the menus of the city of Kansas City in 1981, McDonald’s suggests that this fall product could eventually return later. For those who would like to taste it, and this possibly for the last time, you will have to go to the participating restaurants from October 31st. The McRib will be available there for a limited time. Found in Germany, Luxembourg, the United States and Canada, the McRib will ultimately never be released in France. The burger will eventually consider France for its resurrection, if McDonald’s decides to backtrack one day.

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