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The McChicken is a chicken sandwich sold by McDonald’s that was first introduced in 1980. The original McChicken featured a breaded chicken patty, lettuce, and mayonnaise on a toasted wheat bun. Many different variations of the McChicken now exist, customized for regional tastes at McDonald’s restaurants all over the world.
Diet 7Up is the sugar and calorie-free version of the lemon-lime flavored caffeine-free soft drink 7Up. The first version of Diet 7Up, called “Like” soda, was introduced in 1963 as an alternative to traditional sugary, calorie-filled soft drinks. Different versions of Diet 7Up have been released over the years, and the drink has been reformulated, renamed, and rebranded several times. 7Up has been marketed as the “Uncola”, in an attempt to convince consumers that it is a healthier soda choice because of its clear color and lack of caffeine.