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6) McLean Deluxe

In 1991, McDonald’s tried to go the healthy route, crafting a burger dubbed the McLean Deluxe that would stand up to its critics, showing them the fast-food giant could offer low-fat options on a menu laden with trans fat and high-calorie products. The advertising campaign boasted a new kind of burger that was 91 percent fat-free with 10 grams of fat, compared to the Big Mac's 26 grams of fat. The burger actually contained seaweed that was meant to bind the meat together as a way of lowering the fat content. Needless to say, the burger was not a hit with customers and critics dubbed it the "McFlopper."

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