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The World’s 10 Worst Restaurant Chain Names (Slideshow)

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They really couldn’t have gone with something else?

Beef O’Brady’s

This chain got its start in 1985, and prides itself on being a family-friendly chain of pubs, which is also a bit of an oxymoron. No word if there’s actually somebody out there whose first name is Beef.

Sambo’s

Sambo’s began innocently enough in 1957, as an amalgam of the first name of founder Sam Battisone and the last name of co-founder Newell Bonhett. By 1979, there were more than 1,000 outlets in 47 states. However, people finally started to realize that the association with Little Black Sambo might just be considered offensive, and it was soon boycotted. Communities even passed resolutions preventing the chain from opening in their town. Today there’s only one left.

Hog’s Breath Café

This Australian steakhouse chain specializes in slow-cooked prime rib. Because nothing gets you in the mood for prime rib quite like a smelly hog!

Flunch

This France-based fast-casual chain is self-service and some hot items are prepared to order in front of the customer. “Flunch” is apparently short for “fast lunch,” but either way, there’s something very wrong with that word.

OK Diner

These U.K. diners have a 50s retro theme. While they could be great, apparently they’re settling for being just OK.

S&M Café

The S and M in the name of this former chain of British cafés apparently stood for “search and meet,” but S&M really only has one definition, and it’s one we don’t want to associate with food.

Slug and Lettuce

This is actually a wildly successful and much-imitated chain of pubs in the U.K. Such an unappealing name, though!

Fatburger

The name really says it all, and is obviously not intended to lure in those on a diet. Originally dubbed Mr. Fatburger by founder Lovie Yancey in 1947, the “Mr.” was dropped in 1952 and the rest is history. Solid burger, unpleasant name.

Eatza Pizza

One of the biggest all-buffet pizza chains in the U.S., the name is also a bit too on-the-mark.

Hogi Yogi

At Hogi Yogi, you can eat hoagies, and frozen yogurt! We’re not sure if the name is worse before or after you figure out what it means.


McFailures: 10 Worst Fast Food Flops of All Time

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Many people love fast food. It&aposs hot and delicious, and sometimes, no matter how healthy you are trying to be, you just find yourself craving that juicy burger and a side of golden delicious fries. So you set aside the salad and head for the drive through to enjoy your meal, but also feeling a little guilty at the same time.

Well you can push that guilt aside, after all Julia Child once said "The only time to eat diet food is while you&aposre waiting for the steak to cook."

Those that enjoy a meal from a fast food chain now and then probably have a favorite place to eat, and a favorite item from the menu that they order almost every time they visit the restaurant.

Quick service restaurants will spend years developing, and millions of dollars marketing a new menu item that they believe will take off and send crowds of hungry diners stampeding to their doors.

Although, not every idea your favorite fast food chain has is great, and for one reason or another some new menu items just don&apost meet customers&apos standards. Despite all of the planning, sometimes fast food restaurants simply drop the ball and give the public a menu option that is the result of misguided marketing or that is just disgusting.

The following is a list of the 10਋iggest fast food fails of all time.

10. Enormous Omelet Sandwich from Burger King

This breakfast sandwich lived up to its name, as part of the reason it was discontinued had to do with its size.

When the sandwich was first introduced in 2005 Burger King&aposs sales jumped by 20%, but it eventually fell out of favor with customers who were looking for a healthier breakfast option. The sandwich is no longer sold in the U.S. but can be found in some international markets, CNBC reports.

9. Arch Deluxe Burger from McDonald&aposs

This burger was created in 1996 as McDonald&aposs attempted to appeal to a variety ofꂭult customers by introducing a line of new menu items.

However, despite McDonald&aposs $100 marketing campaign, which included ads showing children refusing to eat the burger, the "Arch Deluxe"ꃺiled. McDonald&aposs had expected the "Arch Deluxe Burger" to bring in $1 billion in sales during its first year, CNBC says.

8. Bell Beefer from Taco Bell

This sandwich was basically a taco on a bun, or a Sloppy Joe.

The taco franchise, famous for its "Think Outside the Bun" campaign discontinued the "Bell Beefer" in the 1980s, but not before it developed a loyal group of fans. Some of whom are still demanding the sandwich&aposs return to Taco Bell&aposs menu.

There is even a Facebook page, with over 1,000 likes, asking Taco Bell to bring back the "Bell Beefer."

7. McDLT from McDonald&aposs

It wasn&apost so much what was inside the "McDLT" that had customers angry with McDonald&aposs, but rather the packaging the burger came in.

Introduced in 1984 the "McDLT" was just a burger with lettuce and tomato. The "McDLT" came in a double-sided Styrofoam box, with the beef patty on one side, and the lettuce and tomato on the other.

The idea was to have the customer build their own burger, and the fixings were kept separate so the burger stayed hot and the vegetables stayed cold.

However, the burger was discontinued in 1990 as Mickey-D&aposs was facing a public relations crisis over the environmental impact of its signature Styrofoam packaging, CNBC said.

6. Priazzo from Pizza Hut

Introduced in 1985 the "Priazzo" was a deep-dish pizza made with two crusts and layers of cheese, sauce, and a smattering of pork toppings.

The company spent $15 million on the ad campaign for the "Priazzo," and fearlessly predicted the Chicago-style pie would bring in $250 million in sales during the first year, CNBC reports.

As it turns out the pizza took too long to make, and failed as customers weren&apost willing to wait around for what was supposed to be fastਏood. The pizza didn&apost meet expectations and was pulled a few years after it was put on the market, CNBC added.

5. McAfrica from McDonald&aposs

It was just some beef sandwiched between two slices of pita, with some cheese, and vegetables, but this sandwich caused a PR nightmare and international uproar. Had it not been for the timing and poor name choice the "McAfrica" could have been a welcomed addition to the McDonald&aposs menu.

Introduced in 2002, in Norway, the "McAfrica" was said to be based on an authentic African recipe and meant to be enjoyed as a limited edition Olympic Games burger.

The burger&aposs name drew immediate criticism and the timing of its release was said to be insensitive, as it came out of one of the richest countries in the world, during a period when South Africa was struggling with famine.

4. McSpaghetti from McDonald&aposs

McDonald&aposs is likely not the first restaurant to come to mind when you&aposre in the mood for delicious Italian food.

But that didn&apost stop the fast food restaurant&aposs attempt to expand its menu by adding spaghetti to its list of offerings.

The "McSpaghetti" proved to be unpopular in the U.S. but it is possible to find it in some international locations.

3. Frescata sandwiches from Wendy&aposs

Wendy&aposs released the sandwiches in 2006 as a way to take on Subway, a rivalꃺst food chain.

However, the deli style, made to order sandwiches took much longer to make than the beef burgers the restaurant had already prepared. The "Frescata" sandwich was removed from the Wendy&aposs menu in 2007, CNBC writes.


McFailures: 10 Worst Fast Food Flops of All Time

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Many people love fast food. It&aposs hot and delicious, and sometimes, no matter how healthy you are trying to be, you just find yourself craving that juicy burger and a side of golden delicious fries. So you set aside the salad and head for the drive through to enjoy your meal, but also feeling a little guilty at the same time.

Well you can push that guilt aside, after all Julia Child once said "The only time to eat diet food is while you&aposre waiting for the steak to cook."

Those that enjoy a meal from a fast food chain now and then probably have a favorite place to eat, and a favorite item from the menu that they order almost every time they visit the restaurant.

Quick service restaurants will spend years developing, and millions of dollars marketing a new menu item that they believe will take off and send crowds of hungry diners stampeding to their doors.

Although, not every idea your favorite fast food chain has is great, and for one reason or another some new menu items just don&apost meet customers&apos standards. Despite all of the planning, sometimes fast food restaurants simply drop the ball and give the public a menu option that is the result of misguided marketing or that is just disgusting.

The following is a list of the 10਋iggest fast food fails of all time.

10. Enormous Omelet Sandwich from Burger King

This breakfast sandwich lived up to its name, as part of the reason it was discontinued had to do with its size.

When the sandwich was first introduced in 2005 Burger King&aposs sales jumped by 20%, but it eventually fell out of favor with customers who were looking for a healthier breakfast option. The sandwich is no longer sold in the U.S. but can be found in some international markets, CNBC reports.

9. Arch Deluxe Burger from McDonald&aposs

This burger was created in 1996 as McDonald&aposs attempted to appeal to a variety ofꂭult customers by introducing a line of new menu items.

However, despite McDonald&aposs $100 marketing campaign, which included ads showing children refusing to eat the burger, the "Arch Deluxe"ꃺiled. McDonald&aposs had expected the "Arch Deluxe Burger" to bring in $1 billion in sales during its first year, CNBC says.

8. Bell Beefer from Taco Bell

This sandwich was basically a taco on a bun, or a Sloppy Joe.

The taco franchise, famous for its "Think Outside the Bun" campaign discontinued the "Bell Beefer" in the 1980s, but not before it developed a loyal group of fans. Some of whom are still demanding the sandwich&aposs return to Taco Bell&aposs menu.

There is even a Facebook page, with over 1,000 likes, asking Taco Bell to bring back the "Bell Beefer."

7. McDLT from McDonald&aposs

It wasn&apost so much what was inside the "McDLT" that had customers angry with McDonald&aposs, but rather the packaging the burger came in.

Introduced in 1984 the "McDLT" was just a burger with lettuce and tomato. The "McDLT" came in a double-sided Styrofoam box, with the beef patty on one side, and the lettuce and tomato on the other.

The idea was to have the customer build their own burger, and the fixings were kept separate so the burger stayed hot and the vegetables stayed cold.

However, the burger was discontinued in 1990 as Mickey-D&aposs was facing a public relations crisis over the environmental impact of its signature Styrofoam packaging, CNBC said.

6. Priazzo from Pizza Hut

Introduced in 1985 the "Priazzo" was a deep-dish pizza made with two crusts and layers of cheese, sauce, and a smattering of pork toppings.

The company spent $15 million on the ad campaign for the "Priazzo," and fearlessly predicted the Chicago-style pie would bring in $250 million in sales during the first year, CNBC reports.

As it turns out the pizza took too long to make, and failed as customers weren&apost willing to wait around for what was supposed to be fastਏood. The pizza didn&apost meet expectations and was pulled a few years after it was put on the market, CNBC added.

5. McAfrica from McDonald&aposs

It was just some beef sandwiched between two slices of pita, with some cheese, and vegetables, but this sandwich caused a PR nightmare and international uproar. Had it not been for the timing and poor name choice the "McAfrica" could have been a welcomed addition to the McDonald&aposs menu.

Introduced in 2002, in Norway, the "McAfrica" was said to be based on an authentic African recipe and meant to be enjoyed as a limited edition Olympic Games burger.

The burger&aposs name drew immediate criticism and the timing of its release was said to be insensitive, as it came out of one of the richest countries in the world, during a period when South Africa was struggling with famine.

4. McSpaghetti from McDonald&aposs

McDonald&aposs is likely not the first restaurant to come to mind when you&aposre in the mood for delicious Italian food.

But that didn&apost stop the fast food restaurant&aposs attempt to expand its menu by adding spaghetti to its list of offerings.

The "McSpaghetti" proved to be unpopular in the U.S. but it is possible to find it in some international locations.

3. Frescata sandwiches from Wendy&aposs

Wendy&aposs released the sandwiches in 2006 as a way to take on Subway, a rivalꃺst food chain.

However, the deli style, made to order sandwiches took much longer to make than the beef burgers the restaurant had already prepared. The "Frescata" sandwich was removed from the Wendy&aposs menu in 2007, CNBC writes.


McFailures: 10 Worst Fast Food Flops of All Time

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Many people love fast food. It&aposs hot and delicious, and sometimes, no matter how healthy you are trying to be, you just find yourself craving that juicy burger and a side of golden delicious fries. So you set aside the salad and head for the drive through to enjoy your meal, but also feeling a little guilty at the same time.

Well you can push that guilt aside, after all Julia Child once said "The only time to eat diet food is while you&aposre waiting for the steak to cook."

Those that enjoy a meal from a fast food chain now and then probably have a favorite place to eat, and a favorite item from the menu that they order almost every time they visit the restaurant.

Quick service restaurants will spend years developing, and millions of dollars marketing a new menu item that they believe will take off and send crowds of hungry diners stampeding to their doors.

Although, not every idea your favorite fast food chain has is great, and for one reason or another some new menu items just don&apost meet customers&apos standards. Despite all of the planning, sometimes fast food restaurants simply drop the ball and give the public a menu option that is the result of misguided marketing or that is just disgusting.

The following is a list of the 10਋iggest fast food fails of all time.

10. Enormous Omelet Sandwich from Burger King

This breakfast sandwich lived up to its name, as part of the reason it was discontinued had to do with its size.

When the sandwich was first introduced in 2005 Burger King&aposs sales jumped by 20%, but it eventually fell out of favor with customers who were looking for a healthier breakfast option. The sandwich is no longer sold in the U.S. but can be found in some international markets, CNBC reports.

9. Arch Deluxe Burger from McDonald&aposs

This burger was created in 1996 as McDonald&aposs attempted to appeal to a variety ofꂭult customers by introducing a line of new menu items.

However, despite McDonald&aposs $100 marketing campaign, which included ads showing children refusing to eat the burger, the "Arch Deluxe"ꃺiled. McDonald&aposs had expected the "Arch Deluxe Burger" to bring in $1 billion in sales during its first year, CNBC says.

8. Bell Beefer from Taco Bell

This sandwich was basically a taco on a bun, or a Sloppy Joe.

The taco franchise, famous for its "Think Outside the Bun" campaign discontinued the "Bell Beefer" in the 1980s, but not before it developed a loyal group of fans. Some of whom are still demanding the sandwich&aposs return to Taco Bell&aposs menu.

There is even a Facebook page, with over 1,000 likes, asking Taco Bell to bring back the "Bell Beefer."

7. McDLT from McDonald&aposs

It wasn&apost so much what was inside the "McDLT" that had customers angry with McDonald&aposs, but rather the packaging the burger came in.

Introduced in 1984 the "McDLT" was just a burger with lettuce and tomato. The "McDLT" came in a double-sided Styrofoam box, with the beef patty on one side, and the lettuce and tomato on the other.

The idea was to have the customer build their own burger, and the fixings were kept separate so the burger stayed hot and the vegetables stayed cold.

However, the burger was discontinued in 1990 as Mickey-D&aposs was facing a public relations crisis over the environmental impact of its signature Styrofoam packaging, CNBC said.

6. Priazzo from Pizza Hut

Introduced in 1985 the "Priazzo" was a deep-dish pizza made with two crusts and layers of cheese, sauce, and a smattering of pork toppings.

The company spent $15 million on the ad campaign for the "Priazzo," and fearlessly predicted the Chicago-style pie would bring in $250 million in sales during the first year, CNBC reports.

As it turns out the pizza took too long to make, and failed as customers weren&apost willing to wait around for what was supposed to be fastਏood. The pizza didn&apost meet expectations and was pulled a few years after it was put on the market, CNBC added.

5. McAfrica from McDonald&aposs

It was just some beef sandwiched between two slices of pita, with some cheese, and vegetables, but this sandwich caused a PR nightmare and international uproar. Had it not been for the timing and poor name choice the "McAfrica" could have been a welcomed addition to the McDonald&aposs menu.

Introduced in 2002, in Norway, the "McAfrica" was said to be based on an authentic African recipe and meant to be enjoyed as a limited edition Olympic Games burger.

The burger&aposs name drew immediate criticism and the timing of its release was said to be insensitive, as it came out of one of the richest countries in the world, during a period when South Africa was struggling with famine.

4. McSpaghetti from McDonald&aposs

McDonald&aposs is likely not the first restaurant to come to mind when you&aposre in the mood for delicious Italian food.

But that didn&apost stop the fast food restaurant&aposs attempt to expand its menu by adding spaghetti to its list of offerings.

The "McSpaghetti" proved to be unpopular in the U.S. but it is possible to find it in some international locations.

3. Frescata sandwiches from Wendy&aposs

Wendy&aposs released the sandwiches in 2006 as a way to take on Subway, a rivalꃺst food chain.

However, the deli style, made to order sandwiches took much longer to make than the beef burgers the restaurant had already prepared. The "Frescata" sandwich was removed from the Wendy&aposs menu in 2007, CNBC writes.


McFailures: 10 Worst Fast Food Flops of All Time

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Many people love fast food. It&aposs hot and delicious, and sometimes, no matter how healthy you are trying to be, you just find yourself craving that juicy burger and a side of golden delicious fries. So you set aside the salad and head for the drive through to enjoy your meal, but also feeling a little guilty at the same time.

Well you can push that guilt aside, after all Julia Child once said "The only time to eat diet food is while you&aposre waiting for the steak to cook."

Those that enjoy a meal from a fast food chain now and then probably have a favorite place to eat, and a favorite item from the menu that they order almost every time they visit the restaurant.

Quick service restaurants will spend years developing, and millions of dollars marketing a new menu item that they believe will take off and send crowds of hungry diners stampeding to their doors.

Although, not every idea your favorite fast food chain has is great, and for one reason or another some new menu items just don&apost meet customers&apos standards. Despite all of the planning, sometimes fast food restaurants simply drop the ball and give the public a menu option that is the result of misguided marketing or that is just disgusting.

The following is a list of the 10਋iggest fast food fails of all time.

10. Enormous Omelet Sandwich from Burger King

This breakfast sandwich lived up to its name, as part of the reason it was discontinued had to do with its size.

When the sandwich was first introduced in 2005 Burger King&aposs sales jumped by 20%, but it eventually fell out of favor with customers who were looking for a healthier breakfast option. The sandwich is no longer sold in the U.S. but can be found in some international markets, CNBC reports.

9. Arch Deluxe Burger from McDonald&aposs

This burger was created in 1996 as McDonald&aposs attempted to appeal to a variety ofꂭult customers by introducing a line of new menu items.

However, despite McDonald&aposs $100 marketing campaign, which included ads showing children refusing to eat the burger, the "Arch Deluxe"ꃺiled. McDonald&aposs had expected the "Arch Deluxe Burger" to bring in $1 billion in sales during its first year, CNBC says.

8. Bell Beefer from Taco Bell

This sandwich was basically a taco on a bun, or a Sloppy Joe.

The taco franchise, famous for its "Think Outside the Bun" campaign discontinued the "Bell Beefer" in the 1980s, but not before it developed a loyal group of fans. Some of whom are still demanding the sandwich&aposs return to Taco Bell&aposs menu.

There is even a Facebook page, with over 1,000 likes, asking Taco Bell to bring back the "Bell Beefer."

7. McDLT from McDonald&aposs

It wasn&apost so much what was inside the "McDLT" that had customers angry with McDonald&aposs, but rather the packaging the burger came in.

Introduced in 1984 the "McDLT" was just a burger with lettuce and tomato. The "McDLT" came in a double-sided Styrofoam box, with the beef patty on one side, and the lettuce and tomato on the other.

The idea was to have the customer build their own burger, and the fixings were kept separate so the burger stayed hot and the vegetables stayed cold.

However, the burger was discontinued in 1990 as Mickey-D&aposs was facing a public relations crisis over the environmental impact of its signature Styrofoam packaging, CNBC said.

6. Priazzo from Pizza Hut

Introduced in 1985 the "Priazzo" was a deep-dish pizza made with two crusts and layers of cheese, sauce, and a smattering of pork toppings.

The company spent $15 million on the ad campaign for the "Priazzo," and fearlessly predicted the Chicago-style pie would bring in $250 million in sales during the first year, CNBC reports.

As it turns out the pizza took too long to make, and failed as customers weren&apost willing to wait around for what was supposed to be fastਏood. The pizza didn&apost meet expectations and was pulled a few years after it was put on the market, CNBC added.

5. McAfrica from McDonald&aposs

It was just some beef sandwiched between two slices of pita, with some cheese, and vegetables, but this sandwich caused a PR nightmare and international uproar. Had it not been for the timing and poor name choice the "McAfrica" could have been a welcomed addition to the McDonald&aposs menu.

Introduced in 2002, in Norway, the "McAfrica" was said to be based on an authentic African recipe and meant to be enjoyed as a limited edition Olympic Games burger.

The burger&aposs name drew immediate criticism and the timing of its release was said to be insensitive, as it came out of one of the richest countries in the world, during a period when South Africa was struggling with famine.

4. McSpaghetti from McDonald&aposs

McDonald&aposs is likely not the first restaurant to come to mind when you&aposre in the mood for delicious Italian food.

But that didn&apost stop the fast food restaurant&aposs attempt to expand its menu by adding spaghetti to its list of offerings.

The "McSpaghetti" proved to be unpopular in the U.S. but it is possible to find it in some international locations.

3. Frescata sandwiches from Wendy&aposs

Wendy&aposs released the sandwiches in 2006 as a way to take on Subway, a rivalꃺst food chain.

However, the deli style, made to order sandwiches took much longer to make than the beef burgers the restaurant had already prepared. The "Frescata" sandwich was removed from the Wendy&aposs menu in 2007, CNBC writes.


McFailures: 10 Worst Fast Food Flops of All Time

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Many people love fast food. It&aposs hot and delicious, and sometimes, no matter how healthy you are trying to be, you just find yourself craving that juicy burger and a side of golden delicious fries. So you set aside the salad and head for the drive through to enjoy your meal, but also feeling a little guilty at the same time.

Well you can push that guilt aside, after all Julia Child once said "The only time to eat diet food is while you&aposre waiting for the steak to cook."

Those that enjoy a meal from a fast food chain now and then probably have a favorite place to eat, and a favorite item from the menu that they order almost every time they visit the restaurant.

Quick service restaurants will spend years developing, and millions of dollars marketing a new menu item that they believe will take off and send crowds of hungry diners stampeding to their doors.

Although, not every idea your favorite fast food chain has is great, and for one reason or another some new menu items just don&apost meet customers&apos standards. Despite all of the planning, sometimes fast food restaurants simply drop the ball and give the public a menu option that is the result of misguided marketing or that is just disgusting.

The following is a list of the 10਋iggest fast food fails of all time.

10. Enormous Omelet Sandwich from Burger King

This breakfast sandwich lived up to its name, as part of the reason it was discontinued had to do with its size.

When the sandwich was first introduced in 2005 Burger King&aposs sales jumped by 20%, but it eventually fell out of favor with customers who were looking for a healthier breakfast option. The sandwich is no longer sold in the U.S. but can be found in some international markets, CNBC reports.

9. Arch Deluxe Burger from McDonald&aposs

This burger was created in 1996 as McDonald&aposs attempted to appeal to a variety ofꂭult customers by introducing a line of new menu items.

However, despite McDonald&aposs $100 marketing campaign, which included ads showing children refusing to eat the burger, the "Arch Deluxe"ꃺiled. McDonald&aposs had expected the "Arch Deluxe Burger" to bring in $1 billion in sales during its first year, CNBC says.

8. Bell Beefer from Taco Bell

This sandwich was basically a taco on a bun, or a Sloppy Joe.

The taco franchise, famous for its "Think Outside the Bun" campaign discontinued the "Bell Beefer" in the 1980s, but not before it developed a loyal group of fans. Some of whom are still demanding the sandwich&aposs return to Taco Bell&aposs menu.

There is even a Facebook page, with over 1,000 likes, asking Taco Bell to bring back the "Bell Beefer."

7. McDLT from McDonald&aposs

It wasn&apost so much what was inside the "McDLT" that had customers angry with McDonald&aposs, but rather the packaging the burger came in.

Introduced in 1984 the "McDLT" was just a burger with lettuce and tomato. The "McDLT" came in a double-sided Styrofoam box, with the beef patty on one side, and the lettuce and tomato on the other.

The idea was to have the customer build their own burger, and the fixings were kept separate so the burger stayed hot and the vegetables stayed cold.

However, the burger was discontinued in 1990 as Mickey-D&aposs was facing a public relations crisis over the environmental impact of its signature Styrofoam packaging, CNBC said.

6. Priazzo from Pizza Hut

Introduced in 1985 the "Priazzo" was a deep-dish pizza made with two crusts and layers of cheese, sauce, and a smattering of pork toppings.

The company spent $15 million on the ad campaign for the "Priazzo," and fearlessly predicted the Chicago-style pie would bring in $250 million in sales during the first year, CNBC reports.

As it turns out the pizza took too long to make, and failed as customers weren&apost willing to wait around for what was supposed to be fastਏood. The pizza didn&apost meet expectations and was pulled a few years after it was put on the market, CNBC added.

5. McAfrica from McDonald&aposs

It was just some beef sandwiched between two slices of pita, with some cheese, and vegetables, but this sandwich caused a PR nightmare and international uproar. Had it not been for the timing and poor name choice the "McAfrica" could have been a welcomed addition to the McDonald&aposs menu.

Introduced in 2002, in Norway, the "McAfrica" was said to be based on an authentic African recipe and meant to be enjoyed as a limited edition Olympic Games burger.

The burger&aposs name drew immediate criticism and the timing of its release was said to be insensitive, as it came out of one of the richest countries in the world, during a period when South Africa was struggling with famine.

4. McSpaghetti from McDonald&aposs

McDonald&aposs is likely not the first restaurant to come to mind when you&aposre in the mood for delicious Italian food.

But that didn&apost stop the fast food restaurant&aposs attempt to expand its menu by adding spaghetti to its list of offerings.

The "McSpaghetti" proved to be unpopular in the U.S. but it is possible to find it in some international locations.

3. Frescata sandwiches from Wendy&aposs

Wendy&aposs released the sandwiches in 2006 as a way to take on Subway, a rivalꃺst food chain.

However, the deli style, made to order sandwiches took much longer to make than the beef burgers the restaurant had already prepared. The "Frescata" sandwich was removed from the Wendy&aposs menu in 2007, CNBC writes.


McFailures: 10 Worst Fast Food Flops of All Time

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Many people love fast food. It&aposs hot and delicious, and sometimes, no matter how healthy you are trying to be, you just find yourself craving that juicy burger and a side of golden delicious fries. So you set aside the salad and head for the drive through to enjoy your meal, but also feeling a little guilty at the same time.

Well you can push that guilt aside, after all Julia Child once said "The only time to eat diet food is while you&aposre waiting for the steak to cook."

Those that enjoy a meal from a fast food chain now and then probably have a favorite place to eat, and a favorite item from the menu that they order almost every time they visit the restaurant.

Quick service restaurants will spend years developing, and millions of dollars marketing a new menu item that they believe will take off and send crowds of hungry diners stampeding to their doors.

Although, not every idea your favorite fast food chain has is great, and for one reason or another some new menu items just don&apost meet customers&apos standards. Despite all of the planning, sometimes fast food restaurants simply drop the ball and give the public a menu option that is the result of misguided marketing or that is just disgusting.

The following is a list of the 10਋iggest fast food fails of all time.

10. Enormous Omelet Sandwich from Burger King

This breakfast sandwich lived up to its name, as part of the reason it was discontinued had to do with its size.

When the sandwich was first introduced in 2005 Burger King&aposs sales jumped by 20%, but it eventually fell out of favor with customers who were looking for a healthier breakfast option. The sandwich is no longer sold in the U.S. but can be found in some international markets, CNBC reports.

9. Arch Deluxe Burger from McDonald&aposs

This burger was created in 1996 as McDonald&aposs attempted to appeal to a variety ofꂭult customers by introducing a line of new menu items.

However, despite McDonald&aposs $100 marketing campaign, which included ads showing children refusing to eat the burger, the "Arch Deluxe"ꃺiled. McDonald&aposs had expected the "Arch Deluxe Burger" to bring in $1 billion in sales during its first year, CNBC says.

8. Bell Beefer from Taco Bell

This sandwich was basically a taco on a bun, or a Sloppy Joe.

The taco franchise, famous for its "Think Outside the Bun" campaign discontinued the "Bell Beefer" in the 1980s, but not before it developed a loyal group of fans. Some of whom are still demanding the sandwich&aposs return to Taco Bell&aposs menu.

There is even a Facebook page, with over 1,000 likes, asking Taco Bell to bring back the "Bell Beefer."

7. McDLT from McDonald&aposs

It wasn&apost so much what was inside the "McDLT" that had customers angry with McDonald&aposs, but rather the packaging the burger came in.

Introduced in 1984 the "McDLT" was just a burger with lettuce and tomato. The "McDLT" came in a double-sided Styrofoam box, with the beef patty on one side, and the lettuce and tomato on the other.

The idea was to have the customer build their own burger, and the fixings were kept separate so the burger stayed hot and the vegetables stayed cold.

However, the burger was discontinued in 1990 as Mickey-D&aposs was facing a public relations crisis over the environmental impact of its signature Styrofoam packaging, CNBC said.

6. Priazzo from Pizza Hut

Introduced in 1985 the "Priazzo" was a deep-dish pizza made with two crusts and layers of cheese, sauce, and a smattering of pork toppings.

The company spent $15 million on the ad campaign for the "Priazzo," and fearlessly predicted the Chicago-style pie would bring in $250 million in sales during the first year, CNBC reports.

As it turns out the pizza took too long to make, and failed as customers weren&apost willing to wait around for what was supposed to be fastਏood. The pizza didn&apost meet expectations and was pulled a few years after it was put on the market, CNBC added.

5. McAfrica from McDonald&aposs

It was just some beef sandwiched between two slices of pita, with some cheese, and vegetables, but this sandwich caused a PR nightmare and international uproar. Had it not been for the timing and poor name choice the "McAfrica" could have been a welcomed addition to the McDonald&aposs menu.

Introduced in 2002, in Norway, the "McAfrica" was said to be based on an authentic African recipe and meant to be enjoyed as a limited edition Olympic Games burger.

The burger&aposs name drew immediate criticism and the timing of its release was said to be insensitive, as it came out of one of the richest countries in the world, during a period when South Africa was struggling with famine.

4. McSpaghetti from McDonald&aposs

McDonald&aposs is likely not the first restaurant to come to mind when you&aposre in the mood for delicious Italian food.

But that didn&apost stop the fast food restaurant&aposs attempt to expand its menu by adding spaghetti to its list of offerings.

The "McSpaghetti" proved to be unpopular in the U.S. but it is possible to find it in some international locations.

3. Frescata sandwiches from Wendy&aposs

Wendy&aposs released the sandwiches in 2006 as a way to take on Subway, a rivalꃺst food chain.

However, the deli style, made to order sandwiches took much longer to make than the beef burgers the restaurant had already prepared. The "Frescata" sandwich was removed from the Wendy&aposs menu in 2007, CNBC writes.


McFailures: 10 Worst Fast Food Flops of All Time

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Many people love fast food. It&aposs hot and delicious, and sometimes, no matter how healthy you are trying to be, you just find yourself craving that juicy burger and a side of golden delicious fries. So you set aside the salad and head for the drive through to enjoy your meal, but also feeling a little guilty at the same time.

Well you can push that guilt aside, after all Julia Child once said "The only time to eat diet food is while you&aposre waiting for the steak to cook."

Those that enjoy a meal from a fast food chain now and then probably have a favorite place to eat, and a favorite item from the menu that they order almost every time they visit the restaurant.

Quick service restaurants will spend years developing, and millions of dollars marketing a new menu item that they believe will take off and send crowds of hungry diners stampeding to their doors.

Although, not every idea your favorite fast food chain has is great, and for one reason or another some new menu items just don&apost meet customers&apos standards. Despite all of the planning, sometimes fast food restaurants simply drop the ball and give the public a menu option that is the result of misguided marketing or that is just disgusting.

The following is a list of the 10਋iggest fast food fails of all time.

10. Enormous Omelet Sandwich from Burger King

This breakfast sandwich lived up to its name, as part of the reason it was discontinued had to do with its size.

When the sandwich was first introduced in 2005 Burger King&aposs sales jumped by 20%, but it eventually fell out of favor with customers who were looking for a healthier breakfast option. The sandwich is no longer sold in the U.S. but can be found in some international markets, CNBC reports.

9. Arch Deluxe Burger from McDonald&aposs

This burger was created in 1996 as McDonald&aposs attempted to appeal to a variety ofꂭult customers by introducing a line of new menu items.

However, despite McDonald&aposs $100 marketing campaign, which included ads showing children refusing to eat the burger, the "Arch Deluxe"ꃺiled. McDonald&aposs had expected the "Arch Deluxe Burger" to bring in $1 billion in sales during its first year, CNBC says.

8. Bell Beefer from Taco Bell

This sandwich was basically a taco on a bun, or a Sloppy Joe.

The taco franchise, famous for its "Think Outside the Bun" campaign discontinued the "Bell Beefer" in the 1980s, but not before it developed a loyal group of fans. Some of whom are still demanding the sandwich&aposs return to Taco Bell&aposs menu.

There is even a Facebook page, with over 1,000 likes, asking Taco Bell to bring back the "Bell Beefer."

7. McDLT from McDonald&aposs

It wasn&apost so much what was inside the "McDLT" that had customers angry with McDonald&aposs, but rather the packaging the burger came in.

Introduced in 1984 the "McDLT" was just a burger with lettuce and tomato. The "McDLT" came in a double-sided Styrofoam box, with the beef patty on one side, and the lettuce and tomato on the other.

The idea was to have the customer build their own burger, and the fixings were kept separate so the burger stayed hot and the vegetables stayed cold.

However, the burger was discontinued in 1990 as Mickey-D&aposs was facing a public relations crisis over the environmental impact of its signature Styrofoam packaging, CNBC said.

6. Priazzo from Pizza Hut

Introduced in 1985 the "Priazzo" was a deep-dish pizza made with two crusts and layers of cheese, sauce, and a smattering of pork toppings.

The company spent $15 million on the ad campaign for the "Priazzo," and fearlessly predicted the Chicago-style pie would bring in $250 million in sales during the first year, CNBC reports.

As it turns out the pizza took too long to make, and failed as customers weren&apost willing to wait around for what was supposed to be fastਏood. The pizza didn&apost meet expectations and was pulled a few years after it was put on the market, CNBC added.

5. McAfrica from McDonald&aposs

It was just some beef sandwiched between two slices of pita, with some cheese, and vegetables, but this sandwich caused a PR nightmare and international uproar. Had it not been for the timing and poor name choice the "McAfrica" could have been a welcomed addition to the McDonald&aposs menu.

Introduced in 2002, in Norway, the "McAfrica" was said to be based on an authentic African recipe and meant to be enjoyed as a limited edition Olympic Games burger.

The burger&aposs name drew immediate criticism and the timing of its release was said to be insensitive, as it came out of one of the richest countries in the world, during a period when South Africa was struggling with famine.

4. McSpaghetti from McDonald&aposs

McDonald&aposs is likely not the first restaurant to come to mind when you&aposre in the mood for delicious Italian food.

But that didn&apost stop the fast food restaurant&aposs attempt to expand its menu by adding spaghetti to its list of offerings.

The "McSpaghetti" proved to be unpopular in the U.S. but it is possible to find it in some international locations.

3. Frescata sandwiches from Wendy&aposs

Wendy&aposs released the sandwiches in 2006 as a way to take on Subway, a rivalꃺst food chain.

However, the deli style, made to order sandwiches took much longer to make than the beef burgers the restaurant had already prepared. The "Frescata" sandwich was removed from the Wendy&aposs menu in 2007, CNBC writes.


McFailures: 10 Worst Fast Food Flops of All Time

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Many people love fast food. It&aposs hot and delicious, and sometimes, no matter how healthy you are trying to be, you just find yourself craving that juicy burger and a side of golden delicious fries. So you set aside the salad and head for the drive through to enjoy your meal, but also feeling a little guilty at the same time.

Well you can push that guilt aside, after all Julia Child once said "The only time to eat diet food is while you&aposre waiting for the steak to cook."

Those that enjoy a meal from a fast food chain now and then probably have a favorite place to eat, and a favorite item from the menu that they order almost every time they visit the restaurant.

Quick service restaurants will spend years developing, and millions of dollars marketing a new menu item that they believe will take off and send crowds of hungry diners stampeding to their doors.

Although, not every idea your favorite fast food chain has is great, and for one reason or another some new menu items just don&apost meet customers&apos standards. Despite all of the planning, sometimes fast food restaurants simply drop the ball and give the public a menu option that is the result of misguided marketing or that is just disgusting.

The following is a list of the 10਋iggest fast food fails of all time.

10. Enormous Omelet Sandwich from Burger King

This breakfast sandwich lived up to its name, as part of the reason it was discontinued had to do with its size.

When the sandwich was first introduced in 2005 Burger King&aposs sales jumped by 20%, but it eventually fell out of favor with customers who were looking for a healthier breakfast option. The sandwich is no longer sold in the U.S. but can be found in some international markets, CNBC reports.

9. Arch Deluxe Burger from McDonald&aposs

This burger was created in 1996 as McDonald&aposs attempted to appeal to a variety ofꂭult customers by introducing a line of new menu items.

However, despite McDonald&aposs $100 marketing campaign, which included ads showing children refusing to eat the burger, the "Arch Deluxe"ꃺiled. McDonald&aposs had expected the "Arch Deluxe Burger" to bring in $1 billion in sales during its first year, CNBC says.

8. Bell Beefer from Taco Bell

This sandwich was basically a taco on a bun, or a Sloppy Joe.

The taco franchise, famous for its "Think Outside the Bun" campaign discontinued the "Bell Beefer" in the 1980s, but not before it developed a loyal group of fans. Some of whom are still demanding the sandwich&aposs return to Taco Bell&aposs menu.

There is even a Facebook page, with over 1,000 likes, asking Taco Bell to bring back the "Bell Beefer."

7. McDLT from McDonald&aposs

It wasn&apost so much what was inside the "McDLT" that had customers angry with McDonald&aposs, but rather the packaging the burger came in.

Introduced in 1984 the "McDLT" was just a burger with lettuce and tomato. The "McDLT" came in a double-sided Styrofoam box, with the beef patty on one side, and the lettuce and tomato on the other.

The idea was to have the customer build their own burger, and the fixings were kept separate so the burger stayed hot and the vegetables stayed cold.

However, the burger was discontinued in 1990 as Mickey-D&aposs was facing a public relations crisis over the environmental impact of its signature Styrofoam packaging, CNBC said.

6. Priazzo from Pizza Hut

Introduced in 1985 the "Priazzo" was a deep-dish pizza made with two crusts and layers of cheese, sauce, and a smattering of pork toppings.

The company spent $15 million on the ad campaign for the "Priazzo," and fearlessly predicted the Chicago-style pie would bring in $250 million in sales during the first year, CNBC reports.

As it turns out the pizza took too long to make, and failed as customers weren&apost willing to wait around for what was supposed to be fastਏood. The pizza didn&apost meet expectations and was pulled a few years after it was put on the market, CNBC added.

5. McAfrica from McDonald&aposs

It was just some beef sandwiched between two slices of pita, with some cheese, and vegetables, but this sandwich caused a PR nightmare and international uproar. Had it not been for the timing and poor name choice the "McAfrica" could have been a welcomed addition to the McDonald&aposs menu.

Introduced in 2002, in Norway, the "McAfrica" was said to be based on an authentic African recipe and meant to be enjoyed as a limited edition Olympic Games burger.

The burger&aposs name drew immediate criticism and the timing of its release was said to be insensitive, as it came out of one of the richest countries in the world, during a period when South Africa was struggling with famine.

4. McSpaghetti from McDonald&aposs

McDonald&aposs is likely not the first restaurant to come to mind when you&aposre in the mood for delicious Italian food.

But that didn&apost stop the fast food restaurant&aposs attempt to expand its menu by adding spaghetti to its list of offerings.

The "McSpaghetti" proved to be unpopular in the U.S. but it is possible to find it in some international locations.

3. Frescata sandwiches from Wendy&aposs

Wendy&aposs released the sandwiches in 2006 as a way to take on Subway, a rivalꃺst food chain.

However, the deli style, made to order sandwiches took much longer to make than the beef burgers the restaurant had already prepared. The "Frescata" sandwich was removed from the Wendy&aposs menu in 2007, CNBC writes.


McFailures: 10 Worst Fast Food Flops of All Time

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Many people love fast food. It&aposs hot and delicious, and sometimes, no matter how healthy you are trying to be, you just find yourself craving that juicy burger and a side of golden delicious fries. So you set aside the salad and head for the drive through to enjoy your meal, but also feeling a little guilty at the same time.

Well you can push that guilt aside, after all Julia Child once said "The only time to eat diet food is while you&aposre waiting for the steak to cook."

Those that enjoy a meal from a fast food chain now and then probably have a favorite place to eat, and a favorite item from the menu that they order almost every time they visit the restaurant.

Quick service restaurants will spend years developing, and millions of dollars marketing a new menu item that they believe will take off and send crowds of hungry diners stampeding to their doors.

Although, not every idea your favorite fast food chain has is great, and for one reason or another some new menu items just don&apost meet customers&apos standards. Despite all of the planning, sometimes fast food restaurants simply drop the ball and give the public a menu option that is the result of misguided marketing or that is just disgusting.

The following is a list of the 10਋iggest fast food fails of all time.

10. Enormous Omelet Sandwich from Burger King

This breakfast sandwich lived up to its name, as part of the reason it was discontinued had to do with its size.

When the sandwich was first introduced in 2005 Burger King&aposs sales jumped by 20%, but it eventually fell out of favor with customers who were looking for a healthier breakfast option. The sandwich is no longer sold in the U.S. but can be found in some international markets, CNBC reports.

9. Arch Deluxe Burger from McDonald&aposs

This burger was created in 1996 as McDonald&aposs attempted to appeal to a variety ofꂭult customers by introducing a line of new menu items.

However, despite McDonald&aposs $100 marketing campaign, which included ads showing children refusing to eat the burger, the "Arch Deluxe"ꃺiled. McDonald&aposs had expected the "Arch Deluxe Burger" to bring in $1 billion in sales during its first year, CNBC says.

8. Bell Beefer from Taco Bell

This sandwich was basically a taco on a bun, or a Sloppy Joe.

The taco franchise, famous for its "Think Outside the Bun" campaign discontinued the "Bell Beefer" in the 1980s, but not before it developed a loyal group of fans. Some of whom are still demanding the sandwich&aposs return to Taco Bell&aposs menu.

There is even a Facebook page, with over 1,000 likes, asking Taco Bell to bring back the "Bell Beefer."

7. McDLT from McDonald&aposs

It wasn&apost so much what was inside the "McDLT" that had customers angry with McDonald&aposs, but rather the packaging the burger came in.

Introduced in 1984 the "McDLT" was just a burger with lettuce and tomato. The "McDLT" came in a double-sided Styrofoam box, with the beef patty on one side, and the lettuce and tomato on the other.

The idea was to have the customer build their own burger, and the fixings were kept separate so the burger stayed hot and the vegetables stayed cold.

However, the burger was discontinued in 1990 as Mickey-D&aposs was facing a public relations crisis over the environmental impact of its signature Styrofoam packaging, CNBC said.

6. Priazzo from Pizza Hut

Introduced in 1985 the "Priazzo" was a deep-dish pizza made with two crusts and layers of cheese, sauce, and a smattering of pork toppings.

The company spent $15 million on the ad campaign for the "Priazzo," and fearlessly predicted the Chicago-style pie would bring in $250 million in sales during the first year, CNBC reports.

As it turns out the pizza took too long to make, and failed as customers weren&apost willing to wait around for what was supposed to be fastਏood. The pizza didn&apost meet expectations and was pulled a few years after it was put on the market, CNBC added.

5. McAfrica from McDonald&aposs

It was just some beef sandwiched between two slices of pita, with some cheese, and vegetables, but this sandwich caused a PR nightmare and international uproar. Had it not been for the timing and poor name choice the "McAfrica" could have been a welcomed addition to the McDonald&aposs menu.

Introduced in 2002, in Norway, the "McAfrica" was said to be based on an authentic African recipe and meant to be enjoyed as a limited edition Olympic Games burger.

The burger&aposs name drew immediate criticism and the timing of its release was said to be insensitive, as it came out of one of the richest countries in the world, during a period when South Africa was struggling with famine.

4. McSpaghetti from McDonald&aposs

McDonald&aposs is likely not the first restaurant to come to mind when you&aposre in the mood for delicious Italian food.

But that didn&apost stop the fast food restaurant&aposs attempt to expand its menu by adding spaghetti to its list of offerings.

The "McSpaghetti" proved to be unpopular in the U.S. but it is possible to find it in some international locations.

3. Frescata sandwiches from Wendy&aposs

Wendy&aposs released the sandwiches in 2006 as a way to take on Subway, a rivalꃺst food chain.

However, the deli style, made to order sandwiches took much longer to make than the beef burgers the restaurant had already prepared. The "Frescata" sandwich was removed from the Wendy&aposs menu in 2007, CNBC writes.


McFailures: 10 Worst Fast Food Flops of All Time

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Many people love fast food. It&aposs hot and delicious, and sometimes, no matter how healthy you are trying to be, you just find yourself craving that juicy burger and a side of golden delicious fries. So you set aside the salad and head for the drive through to enjoy your meal, but also feeling a little guilty at the same time.

Well you can push that guilt aside, after all Julia Child once said "The only time to eat diet food is while you&aposre waiting for the steak to cook."

Those that enjoy a meal from a fast food chain now and then probably have a favorite place to eat, and a favorite item from the menu that they order almost every time they visit the restaurant.

Quick service restaurants will spend years developing, and millions of dollars marketing a new menu item that they believe will take off and send crowds of hungry diners stampeding to their doors.

Although, not every idea your favorite fast food chain has is great, and for one reason or another some new menu items just don&apost meet customers&apos standards. Despite all of the planning, sometimes fast food restaurants simply drop the ball and give the public a menu option that is the result of misguided marketing or that is just disgusting.

The following is a list of the 10਋iggest fast food fails of all time.

10. Enormous Omelet Sandwich from Burger King

This breakfast sandwich lived up to its name, as part of the reason it was discontinued had to do with its size.

When the sandwich was first introduced in 2005 Burger King&aposs sales jumped by 20%, but it eventually fell out of favor with customers who were looking for a healthier breakfast option. The sandwich is no longer sold in the U.S. but can be found in some international markets, CNBC reports.

9. Arch Deluxe Burger from McDonald&aposs

This burger was created in 1996 as McDonald&aposs attempted to appeal to a variety ofꂭult customers by introducing a line of new menu items.

However, despite McDonald&aposs $100 marketing campaign, which included ads showing children refusing to eat the burger, the "Arch Deluxe"ꃺiled. McDonald&aposs had expected the "Arch Deluxe Burger" to bring in $1 billion in sales during its first year, CNBC says.

8. Bell Beefer from Taco Bell

This sandwich was basically a taco on a bun, or a Sloppy Joe.

The taco franchise, famous for its "Think Outside the Bun" campaign discontinued the "Bell Beefer" in the 1980s, but not before it developed a loyal group of fans. Some of whom are still demanding the sandwich&aposs return to Taco Bell&aposs menu.

There is even a Facebook page, with over 1,000 likes, asking Taco Bell to bring back the "Bell Beefer."

7. McDLT from McDonald&aposs

It wasn&apost so much what was inside the "McDLT" that had customers angry with McDonald&aposs, but rather the packaging the burger came in.

Introduced in 1984 the "McDLT" was just a burger with lettuce and tomato. The "McDLT" came in a double-sided Styrofoam box, with the beef patty on one side, and the lettuce and tomato on the other.

The idea was to have the customer build their own burger, and the fixings were kept separate so the burger stayed hot and the vegetables stayed cold.

However, the burger was discontinued in 1990 as Mickey-D&aposs was facing a public relations crisis over the environmental impact of its signature Styrofoam packaging, CNBC said.

6. Priazzo from Pizza Hut

Introduced in 1985 the "Priazzo" was a deep-dish pizza made with two crusts and layers of cheese, sauce, and a smattering of pork toppings.

The company spent $15 million on the ad campaign for the "Priazzo," and fearlessly predicted the Chicago-style pie would bring in $250 million in sales during the first year, CNBC reports.

As it turns out the pizza took too long to make, and failed as customers weren&apost willing to wait around for what was supposed to be fastਏood. The pizza didn&apost meet expectations and was pulled a few years after it was put on the market, CNBC added.

5. McAfrica from McDonald&aposs

It was just some beef sandwiched between two slices of pita, with some cheese, and vegetables, but this sandwich caused a PR nightmare and international uproar. Had it not been for the timing and poor name choice the "McAfrica" could have been a welcomed addition to the McDonald&aposs menu.

Introduced in 2002, in Norway, the "McAfrica" was said to be based on an authentic African recipe and meant to be enjoyed as a limited edition Olympic Games burger.

The burger&aposs name drew immediate criticism and the timing of its release was said to be insensitive, as it came out of one of the richest countries in the world, during a period when South Africa was struggling with famine.

4. McSpaghetti from McDonald&aposs

McDonald&aposs is likely not the first restaurant to come to mind when you&aposre in the mood for delicious Italian food.

But that didn&apost stop the fast food restaurant&aposs attempt to expand its menu by adding spaghetti to its list of offerings.

The "McSpaghetti" proved to be unpopular in the U.S. but it is possible to find it in some international locations.

3. Frescata sandwiches from Wendy&aposs

Wendy&aposs released the sandwiches in 2006 as a way to take on Subway, a rivalꃺst food chain.

However, the deli style, made to order sandwiches took much longer to make than the beef burgers the restaurant had already prepared. The "Frescata" sandwich was removed from the Wendy&aposs menu in 2007, CNBC writes.



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