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McDonald’s expected to redo swollen menu

To speed up service, cutback likely

Posted: May 18, 2013 at 3:49 a.m.

The “tribute” design of the new McDonald’s at 104 S. University Ave. in Little Rock restored the golden arches, but inside, the restaurant is full of curved lines and whimsical touches.The national chain is talking with franchisees about shrinking menus and making kitchens more efficient.

The “tribute” design of the new McDonald’s at 104 S. University Ave. in Little Rock restored the golden arches, but inside, the restaurant is full of curved lines and whimsical touches.The national chain is talking with franchisees about shrinking menus and making kitchens more efficient.

The Angus burger is going away, and it’s not the only McDonald’s dish being considered for the chopping block.

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Business, Pages 31 on 05/18/2013

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