Fast food mascot fans, beware: you’ve come to the right place.
We’re going to take a look at some of the mascots that have been replaced with new ones, as well as what you can do to preserve your favorite fast food franchises.
We’ve compiled the mascot list below and have also provided links to the official Fast Food Fandom blog.
If you have any questions or feedback, please let us know in the comments section.1.
McDonalds: The New Guy.
McDonalds has had some pretty bad mascots over the years.
In 2008, the company announced that it would no longer feature the popular Mickey Mouse on its menu.
But the company did not back off on its desire to have the character on the menu again.
It even released a promotional video with the famous Mickey Mouse with his signature glasses.2.
Subway: The Man Who Changed the Fast Food Franchise.
Snoop Dogg and Snoop Lion have been the face of the Subway brand for a while.
Now, the brand has its own McDonalds mascot, which is more of a throwback than a reboot.3.
Taco Bell: The Fast-Food Icon.
This guy’s got a cool voice.
His voice was the same one that made McDonalds famous.
His hat also looks pretty similar.4.
Taco: The Big Bad of Fast Food.
This Taco Bell mascot has been a staple of the franchise for a few decades now.
Taco may have been a more recognizable character in the 1980s and 90s, but he has been around for decades.5.
McDonald’s: The Fierce Dog.
The fast food mascot was one of the biggest icons of the company.
He was so powerful that he had to be guarded at all times, even at restaurants.
The mascot was also an inspiration for many popular films and cartoons, such as “Duck Dynasty,” “Cheech & Chong,” and “Gone With the Wind.”6.
McDonaldland: The Golden Age of McDonaldland.
This mascot was created by McDonalds CEO David Karp to celebrate the company’s 50th anniversary.
His golden-brown skin was so distinctive that it inspired the name “McDonaldland.”7.
McDonald: The Icon of America.
This McDonalds icon is the quintessential McDonalds character.
He has a white face, a yellow shirt, and brown eyes.8.
Taco-Bell: The Bad Guy.
The mascot was replaced by the “Bad Guy” in 2008, but Taco still has the trademark red hat and sunglasses.
The Bad guy has been replaced by a more colorful, more energetic version of himself.9.
Burger King: The Old Guy.
Burger King has had the biggest mascot change in history, with the departure of the famous Big Mac and the introduction of the new Big Cheeseburger.
The burgers have also changed color and have been redesigned.10.
Subway Land: The Franchise’s New Guy(s).
Subway has had a number of mascots change hands over the last decade.
The company first introduced its iconic yellow logo in 2002, and in 2006, it introduced the Big Mac.
Then, in 2009, it had a mascot named the Cheesecake Man.
Now in 2020, the new McDonalds McDonaldland is the new mascot, and he has the new hat.11.
McDonaldworld: The Mascot of McDonalds.
This mascot was introduced in 2008 by McDonald’s CEO David Yurczyk, who said it was a nod to the “bigger, bolder, more exciting” McDonalds franchise.
McDonald World is now the most visited McDonalds restaurant, and McDonalds is now McDonaldworld’s official brand.12.
Taco Bowl: The First Taco Bowl.
The Taco Bowl was a popular franchise in the early 1980s.
It was a big hit and made Taco famous.
This Taco Bowl is the first McDonalds Taco Bowl mascot.13.
McDonaldlover: The Best Taco Bowl of All Time.
In 2016, McDonaldloves released its own Taco Bowl franchise, which has had its own mascot since its inception.
It has the signature yellow hat, the same color as the logo.14.
McDonaldhouse: The Taco of the Fast-Loving Family.
This logo is based on the original McDonalds logo, which was first introduced in the 1930s.
The Taco Bowl logo features a red-orange-yellow color scheme, which mimics the color of the original Taco Bowl’s packaging.15.
McDonald Fries: The Original McDonald Fritters.
This logo was first unveiled by McDonald founder Ray Kroc back in 2003.
It had a red hat with a yellow stripe on the top and the letters F on the sides.16.
McDonald Burger: The Burger of the Franchise.
This burger was created in 1996 by McDonald employees, and has been one of McDonald’s signature products ever since