Burger King Steals McDonald's Menu, Again

It's not called the McRib, but you can get a boneless rib sandwich at Burger King now.

BK rolled out its summertime menu last week, and a surprising addition is a boneless rib patty sandwich that looks a lot like the McRib that McDonald's puts out later in the year.

In this video, longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz explores the many ways that Burger King has copied Mickey D's in recent years.


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