If you've ever eaten a McDonald's Big Mac only to realize that you're somehow still hungry, or conversely, that you've scarfed down way too much food, then you're probably not alone. But thankfully, McDonald's has announced plans to end its one-size-fits-all approach to slapping together its signature combination of "all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions -- on a sesame seed bun" with two new Big Mac sizes.
The fast food giant said it will start serving the two new versions of the iconic cheeseburger -- the Mac Jr. and the Grand Mac -- alongside the traditional Big Mac at its restaurants across the US sometime in early 2017, but only for a few weeks, according to a report by BuzzFeed News. While both of the new burgers come with all the signature Big Mac toppings, the smaller Mac Jr. features a single 1/6lb burger patty and the bigger Grand Mac comes with two 1/6 pound patties. For perspective, the regular Big Mac is made with two 1/10lb patties.;