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McDonald's Canada Prices Were Compared To Other Countries & We've Got It Pretty Good Here

You won't believe how expensive Big Macs are in other countries. 🍔

Trending Senior Staff Writer
McDonald's Canada Prices Were Compared To Other Countries & We've Got It Pretty Good Here

If you've ever wondered how costly McDonald's Canada is compared to other places in the world, someone actually did the math and figured it all out.

A new study by Expensivity revealed the price of popular McDonald's menu items in countries around the world and how affordable it is to buy from the fast-food retailer. As it turns out, Canada is the 19th most expensive country for large fries and the 32nd most expensive for a Big Mac.

In Canada, a Big Mac costs $6.01, large fries cost $4.03, a large Coke costs $2.94 and a Happy Meal costs $4.43. The most expensive item on the Canadian menu is the Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese which costs $8.67.

In comparison, a Big Mac is the priciest in Lebanon at a staggering CA$27.08 because of inflation, followed by the Netherlands at CA$13.47.

Expensivity also created an affordability score for every country by calculating the cost of 100 meals and comparing that to a country's median income.

Lebanon has the worst affordability as buying 100 meals there would cost 74.65% of a person's average annual salary. That's followed by Nicaragua at 52.98% and Pakistan at 51.15%. Here in Canada, that figure is just 2.78%!

    Lisa Belmonte
    Trending Senior Staff Writer
    Lisa Belmonte is a Senior Staff Writer for Narcity Canada’s Trending Desk focused on government of Canada jobs and is based in Ontario.
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