30 November, 2016

Delligatti founder MacDonald's food Dies at 98


Michael Jim Delligatti, the man who brought MacDonald's food into existence was said to have  gone to his ancestors. He pass away in the presence of family members who surrounded him as he breath his last breath.

It will be pertinent for you to know that, Delligatti, who owned multiple McDonald's franchises in Pennsylvania, first thought of the Big Mac in the mid-1960s, this came into place when he wanted to offer customers a bigger burger than what Mickey D's was offering at the time. McDonald's was reportedly opposed at first, but the burger gods ended up going with his idea in 1968. It was already a hit at all of his stores in PAt.

McDonald's died at 98 of age he was a great business man.

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