fast food

Fast foods are becoming a staple in our lives nowadays and especially in first world countries. So today we will be looking at the top 10 fast-food chains in the united states of America.

1. Subway

 This chain was established a half-century ago and now Subway has made massive strides and now boasts over 33,000 eateries in more than 100 countries worldwide. Healthy and calorie-conscious consumers have ensured that Subway keeps its great run going around the world. At Subway you can always expect to eat Fresh.

 2. McDonald’s

McDonald’s has pioneered the concept of Fast Food. No list of fast-food chains will ever make sense without even a slight mention of McDonald’s. Established by McDonald’s brothers, Maurice and Richard, in 1940, McDonald’s has transitioned into the biggest fast-food chain in America. McDonald’s, however, is very famous for the combo meals it offers which includes burgers, salads, shakes, desserts, and so forth. Recently, McDonald’s has also recently included a lot of healthier options in its menus in American and worldwide.

3. Papa John’s

This is a fast-food chain that you can’t forget about when writing a list on top American fast-food chains. Papa John’s prides itself in using “better ingredients” and serving up better pizza than its competitors, and it does deliver for sure as it has more than 3,314 locations that it operates in.

4. Starbucks

Starbucks is currently leading the coffee market.  Starbucks is the name-brand in fast-food coffee and entries across the globe. Though the first Starbucks restaurant swung its doors open for customers in 1972, it now has over 24000 shops worldwide. With over $16 billion in annual revenue and presence in 64 countries, Starbucks isn’t too shabby. It works in joint ventures in many of its countries making it one of the most loved coffee shops around the world

5. Dunkin’ Donuts

When you think of donuts the first fast-food chain that pops in your mind is Dunkin donuts and this is the reason why they are such a big chain today.  America runs on Dunkin’, so we expected the doughnut chain to rank in the top five. You can find glazed doughnuts and iced macchiatos at all 12,538 locations.

6. Burger King

 Together with McDonald’s, Burger King has grown to become synonymous with burgers in the US. It has expanded rapidly around the globe as well, Burger King (BK) now has more than 14000 restaurants in over 95 countries. BK was established by two hospitality graduates in Miami, FL, in 1954. It is highly unlikely that you would not find one of the fast-food outlets of this chain in the vicinity. Such is the expanse of this fast-food chain. Certainly, one of the biggest.

7. Taco Bell

When it comes to Mexican delicacies, Taco Bell is the biggest food chain in the USA. With their nifty slogan “think out of the bun,” Taco Bell has grown from a local eatery in San Francisco in 1962 to a taco behemoth that rakes in over $2 billion in revenue each year. With over 6700 restaurants across the globe, Taco Bell is certainly unbeaten in the tex-mex category of fast foods that include burritos, nachos, tacos, and quesadillas.

8. Wendy’s

At number eight we have Wendy’s. this fast-food chain was founded by Dave Thomas with fresh and never frozen beef at the crux of Wendy’s menu. And this might be the reason why this particular chain has expanded to an impressive 5,769 locations.

9. Domino’s Pizza

Domino’s pizza is the second-largest pizza delivery service in us. The first one is Pizza hut. Pizzas from Domino’s are available in a variety of crust styles according to the location of the store pasta, Bread bowls and Oven-baked sandwiches are other main products of Dominoes. In the beverages section, Domino’s sells products of Coca-Cola. The Super Bowl Sunday is the busiest day for Domino’s, the day on which the company delivers millions of pizzas.

10. KFC

KFC aka Kentucky Fried Chicken’s is a fast-food chain we all know and love. Kentucky fried chicken’s humble beginnings as a roadside restaurant in Corbin circa 1930 transformed it into a worldwide spanning chain, which has more than 5,000 U.S.-based locations. I know it sounds crazy but it’s true.