“In terms of fast food and a deep understanding of the culture of fast food, I’m your man.”-
Bill Gates. Now, you could understand the vibe about fast food and as many you are also a fast-food lover we guess. Today we are not here to discuss something about traditional fast foods though, instead of, we will have more interesting issues to share with.
In this article, we have assembled 20 photos of failed fast food items! yes, failed. There are a lot of dishes discovering in the world of fast food; some of them are getting sky-high popularity or some hot failed. We will discuss the failed projects of famous fast food companies here. Let’s have a look.
Here Are 20 Most Failed Fast Food Chains
1. Wendy’s Breakfast
Wendy announced in 2013 that after a long year of studies, it will stop serving breakfast at most places. Unfortunately, the implementation from the fast-food chain was a big flaw, as their consultants estimated that the average breakfast food eater had underestimated the habit and guess what? the project failed.
2. Wendy’s SuperBar
This event took place three decades before, but then Wendy was a country-style buffet with the SuperBar, in relation to its Frostys and the finest fast-food friezes (before they changed the recipe).
3. Wendy’s Frescata Sandwiches
The 2006 sandwiches came out of the menu a year later because of major marketing failure. These sandwiches took over 18 months for progress to be made and two dozen sandwiches were tested by customers, but that obviously did not assist to remain.
4. The McDLT
In the 1980ies the McDLT was an ambitious menu item but failed for all the false reasons. The burger was placed in a container with Styrofoam that kept the lettuce and tomato apart so the veggies stayed cool but the packaging didn’t satisfy environment issues.
5. Taco Bell’s Seafood Salad
If you understand, seafood was really large back in the 80s, and Taco Bell was trying to create the function. However, Taco Bell removed this unfortunate item from its menu after a good amount of reported incidents of food poisoning.
6. Taco Bell’s Bell Beefer
Bell Beefer’s only issue was that the meat dropped to the stage where clients were complaining. Taco Bell, therefore, brought it away in the 1980s from the menu. Again a large loss, but the dish was very tasty.
7. Sonic’s Pickle-O’s
In 2004, Sonic brought fried wicker pickles, and despite being struck they rapidly became aggressive and faster and eventually ceased to be fashionable. Did you understand why?
8. Pizza Hut’s Priazzo
The Priazzo was first launched during the mid-80s, a deep-flavored pizza from Chicago. Though the dish is tasty and earns many supporters, the time needed for Pizza Hut to reduce the menu was terribly long.
At the end of the ’80s, McDonald’s tried to bring pizza to the menu, but found out that their customers prefer burgers and fries and guess what? Out of the pizza thing, they turned out.
McDonald’s made another trial of Italian cuisine with his McSpaghetti after McPizza’s failure. Lasagna and fettuccine alfredo was also suggested. Sadly, in the US, things have failed wretchedly.
11. Big 33 and McJordan
These were special menu items from the 1990s which we could likely remember. The two burgers were first in 1992. They were almost the same. Larry Bird or Michael Jordan, a quarter of pounder and a unique barbecue sauce.
12. McDonald’s Triple-Double Burger
There was a burger composed of three beef patties and two delicious cheese slices in the 1990s, and it was before the “notorious” burger difficulties on YouTube, when stupid peeps construct towers of patties and demolished them like livestock!
13. McDonald’s McLobster
Did you thoroughly read the name? Who can afford a fast-food location to purchase lobster? It was unsuccessful, of course. People wondered about this item and the plan failed very quickly. What else can I tell?
14. McDonald’s Hula Burger
The launch of this unique product was planned. The Hula Burger replaced a grilled pineapple patty and was intended to be for Catholics who on Fridays did not have meat. Sadly McDonald’s soon discovered that they really don’t like or eat quick food so much.
15. McDonald’s Arch Deluxe
The Arch deluxe was a delicious hamburger sold to seniors by McDonald’s in 1996. It was quickly stopped for a down commercialization campaign after it was not popular. Do you understand that this was deemed to be one of the most costly McDonald’s flops ever?
16. McDonald’s Salad Shakers
These fascinating salad shakers became particularly popular with the younger generation in the early 2000s and made salads cooler than ever. Now it’s up, can you say, why is the concept disappearing?
17. McDonald’s Mighty Wings
It was an ideal project but it was too costly, too spicy and too customer-friendly. You will get a sense, how the concept was demolished and when the original price was $1, the business had to sell the wings for about 60 cents.
The McAfrika introduced the fans something like Greek gyro rather than a traditional McDonald’s item and included beef, cheese, and tomatoes on a pita. Still, it caused a lot of discussions back in 2002 when it was released during the extreme famines in southern Africa.
19. Jack-in-the-Box’s Frings
The product was indeed a mixture of onion rings and fries, but the hottest item in the seventies was intended for these wishy-washy clients. Shortly after the launch, Jack-in-the-box proved to be the greatest failure.
20. Friendly’s Grilled Cheese Burger Melt
The sandwich seemed a cruel and tasteless joke, according to some health proponents. Here is the reason that an enormous 1,500 calories, 97 grams of fat and 2 090 milligrams of sodium went into the whole Burgermelt dinner with fries.