The Most Popular Fast Foods
Fast food is a mass produced food that is prepared and served quicker in time than the traditional foods. It is less nutritional comparing with other foods but in our machine life we don’t have time to cook and eat so obviously everybody going to the shop head and enjoying their food.
We all know that children’s all-time favorite foods are burgers, shakes, sandwiches from the top most shops which are branded head here.
Let’s see what are those shops and, when and how they grown up.
1940: KFC Original Recipe
KFC was founded in 1930 in Harland with the signature of 11 herbs and spices.
In 1940 they introduced the original chicken recipe to the delight fast food fans which became our all-time favorite till now.
1941: Carl’s Jr. Hamburger
Carl’s Jr offered its first item famous burgers in 1941
1947: The Fatburger
Fat burger started with its eponymous burger in 1947. The first restaurant is in Los Angeles and now it has its locations in 22 countries.
1948: McDonald’s Hamburger
It was started in 1940 and stepped into the mark in 1948 with its fast food model called speedee service using hamburgers.
1949: Dairy Queen Banana Split
Dairy Queen is one of the largest ice cream franchises in the world .It was started in 1940 and in 1949 it introduced malts and shakes and put a hand in banana to make a attraction among food lovers.
There are 5,700 restaurants in 22 countries. It gave the first frozen dairy dessert now known as soft serve, brownies.
1950: The Whataburger
Since 1950 the Whataburger serves us a bigger, better burger in the world.
Harmon Dobson had a bold dream to serve a burger so big that it took two hands to hold, and so good that after a single bite and the customers couldn't describe the taste but they must exclaim “What a burger!”
Now it operates 805 stores across the United States.
1951: White Castle Burger
It was founded in 1921 but after 30years only they got marked in to the field with their perfect recipe.
It is known for its five holed burger.
1953: Burger King Hamburger
Burger King hasn’t always been fast food royalty.
They first introduced its popular hamburger to the American market in 1953 and has been serving millions of customers a year ever since.
1955: The Dunkin’ Donut
It started to bringing mouthwatering sweet treats with donuts and tongue-licking delights to their customers.
1957: The Burger King Whopper
The Whopper whopped in the market in 1957.
Burger King’s most famous menu item, the Whopper, a quarter-pound burger with tomatoes, lettuce, mayonnaise, ketchup, and pickles on a sesame seed-topped bun.
1961: In-N-Out Animal Style Burger
It is known for In-N-Out’s not-so-secret Animal Style burger.
1962: McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish
It stepped in to the fish recipes in 1962.
They delivered a sandwich with fish offered a viable fast food alternative to burgers for Catholic customers, who typically eschew red meat on Fridays.
1965: The Subway Sub
Long before the five-dollar foot longs and the scandal, Subway was just another sandwich shop.
1976: Popeye’s Fried Chicken
Popeye’s first introduced its spicy, Southern-style fried chicken to captivated consumers everywhere and built a competition with KFC.
1977: Mrs. Fields’ Cookies
Everyone in everywhere enjoying burgers and sandwiches Mrs. Fields brought a delightful cookies with chocolate chips into the market. While this chain isn’t as ubiquitous as it once was, it still operates 400 kiosks worldwide.
1979: McDonald’s Happy Meal
McDonald rolled outs its first happy meal in 1979. A research suggests that the popularity of the Happy Meal has steadily declined in recent years.
1981: Quiznos Sandwiches
To bring a competition with subway they introduced a similar kind of sandwiches in the market.
1986: Wendy’s Big Classic
Dubbed the Big Classic, this burger topped a Kaiser roll with a quarter-pound patty, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, pickles, ketchup, mayonnaise, and special seasoning.
1993: Chipotle Burritos
Chipotle feels like it’s been part of our fast food fabric forever. Today, each Chipotle location serves an average of 771 burritos every single day.
1995: Starbucks Frappuccino
Frappuccino, which is now available in flavors from Brown Sugar Shortbread to Horchata Almond milk.
1998: Burger King Cini-Minis
Burger King introduced its Cini-Minis, tiny cinnamon rolls so popular they’ve got a Change.org petition to bring them back.
2002: Arby’s Ultimate BLT
Arby’s deviated from its usual roast beef menu in 2002.
2005: Burger King Chicken Fries
Burger King’s popular hybrid of chicken strips and French fries first fed hungry customers in 2005.
2006: Wendy’s Vanilla Frosty
Wendy’s began offering the popular vanilla alternative in the majority of its stores.
2007: Wendy’s Baconator
Wendy’s introduced the Baconator, a hamburger topped with bacon and cheese, which has remained popular to this day.
2011: Five Guys Burger
In 2011, the chain’s burgers earned Zagat’s Best Burger award.yummy burgers and fries are the special.
2012: Taco Bell Doritos Locos Tacos
Combining Doritos and Taco Bell’s traditional taco fillings proved a hit for the chain.
2017: Chipotle Queso
Chipotle’s core offerings have remained largely unchanged since the chain’s inception, a new menu item was introduced in 2017.
Taste it but dont go more!!!