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The first McDonald's in the world

29 Apr, 2013 | category - Others | 15 photos | 5172 visits

McDonald's education began when, in 1940, Maurice and Richard ("Mac" and "Dick") MacDonalds restaurant relocated their father from Monrovia to San Bernardino, California. At the new location the restaurant was renamed "The famous barbecue MacDonalds." The restaurant had about 40 different kinds of dishes cooked on the barbecue. After some time, the brothers noticed that almost all of their income they receive from the sale of hamburgers. After that, they simplified the menu, focusing on the sale of that later formed the basis of fast food: burgers, fries, milkshakes, sweet drinks and apple pie.

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