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The creator of McDonald's Big Mac has died

bizjournals Wednesday, 30 November 2016
James Delligatti, who created the iconic Big Mac sandwich for Oak Brook, Illinois-based McDonald's Corp., has died at age 98. Delligatti passed away at his home on Monday, according to The Associated Press via KDKA-TV. He was a McDonald’s franchisee in the Pittsburgh area when he came up with the double decker burger, which first sold at his Uniontown store at 45 cents per sandwich back in 1967. The company came up with the Big Mac name. Tony Bucci, chairman of Pittsburgh-based advertising agency…
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The man who invented the McDonald’s Big Mac passed away on Monday at the age of 98.

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