The Quarter Pounder is a hamburger sold by international fast food chain McDonald’s, so named for containing a patty with a precooked weight of 4 oz, a quarter of a pound (113.4 g). It was introduced in 1971.
The Big Mac had two previous names, both of which failed in the marketplace: the Aristocrat and the Blue Ribbon Burger.
[The McFlurry] was created in 1995 and officially introduced in 1997.
While the fish composition of the [Filet-O-Fish] has changed through the years to cater to taste preferences and address supply limitations, the framework of its ingredients have remained constant; a fried breaded fish fillet, a steamed bun, tartar sauce and pasteurized American cheese.
McDowell’s [is] a McDonald’s knockoff [featured in the movie Coming to America] owned by widower Cleo McDowell, Lisa’s father. In August 2022, Paramount filed a lawsuit against JMC Pop Ups LLC for creating a temporary version of McDowell’s, the fictional fast food restaurant similar to McDonald’s, via the Copyright Claims Board, a tribunal created in 2020 to deal with such matters.