McDonald's goes all out for the 40th anniversary of happy eating.
Forty years have passed since McDonald's introduced its flagship product, happy eating, and to celebrate, the fast food chain has been bringing back some of their most popular toys for years. According to USA Today November 7-11, McDonald's Happy Feeding Surprise will be available worldwide; however, there is a catch. The deal will be "until supplies last" with a limited cycle.
"Ever since Happy Meal was introduced to the menu, it has quickly become synonymous with our brand," McDonald CEO Steve Easterbrook said in a statement. "Today, this iconic red box creates lasting memories for billions of families a year around the world."
"Our parents tell us how fondly they remember their favorite toys," says Colin Mitchell, McDonald's senior vice president of global marketing. "So, splitting Happy Meal together creates a real moment for bonding with their children. We hope these toys are something that they will treasure and remember. ”
A number of interesting toys will return, such as Space Jam Bugs Bunny from 1
- Cowboy McNugget (McDonald & # 39; s): 1988
- Fireman McNugget (McDonald & # 39; s): 1988
- Mail carrier McNugget (McDonald & # 39; s): 1988
- Hamburger Changeable ( McDonald's: 1989] Grimace (McDonald's): 1990
- Dino's Happy Feeding Box Interchangeable (McDonald's): 1991
- McDonald's Hot Wheels Thunderbird (Mattel ): 1993
- Hamburglar (McDonald & # 39; s): 1995
- Power Rangers (Hasbro): 1995
- Space Jam Bugs Bunny (Warner Bros.): 1996
- Patti the Platypus (Ty Beanie Baby) ): 1997
- 101 Dalmatians – USA Exclusive (Disney): 1997
- Tamagotchi (Bandai): 1998
- My Little Pony (Hasbro): 1998
- Furby (Hasbro): 1999
- Wizard Mickey – Exclusively from the USA (Disney): 2002
- Hello Kitty (Sanrio): 2013