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Top 5 Largest Fast Food Chains In The World

Where to find your favorite food may be one main thing comes to your mind while travelling . Thankfully, fast food services like McDonald, KFC and Starbucks available across the world. Followings are the 5 largest fast food services across the world.

5 – Starbucks

The Seattle based, Starbucks is the largest coffee company in the world. Starbucks has 23187 stores across 64 countries. Upon them, 12973 located in US. Starbucks serves cold & hot beverages, wines, beer and snacks. Starbucks offers 87000 drink combination for the customers.

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4- Pizza Hut

Pizza hut is the largest pizza delivering service in the world. It has 6000 restaurants in US itself and 5139 stores in other 93 countries. It was founded in 1958 by Dan and Frank Carney, in Kansas city.

In 2001, Pizza hut became first ever company to deliver pizza to international space station, launched on Soyuz spacecraft. Every year Pizza hut uses 300 million pounds of cheese from 360 million gallons of milk.

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3 – Subway

Subway fastfood service operates in 107 countries, has 42174 restaurants in total. Submarine sandwiches and salads are main products of subway. There are 38 million subway sandwich options available for the customers. It serves 7.6 million sandwiches on daily basis. In fact, subway makes enough sandwiches in an year that could cover the Earth for 14 times.

Submarine sandwich is the signature product of subway. But products from service varies in accordance with the location. Roasted chicken, tuna, subway club, subway melt, chicken teriyaki are other popular products from subway.

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2 – KFC

KFC or Kentucky Fried Chicken is the second largest restaurant chain in the world. It was founded by Harland Sanders in 1930 in Kentucky. The image of Harland Sanders widely uses in advertisements and logo of KFC. Now KFC has 18875 stores in 118 countries. KFC gets nearly 8 million customers everyday from US alone.

The recipe of pressure fried chicken pieces, signature product of KFC still unknown to outer world. It is kept in a safe in Louisville in  Kentucky State. In order to ensure freshness, KFC discard the chicken pieces those has not been sold within 90 minute. Main products within KFC’s menu also include chicken burgers, popcorn chicken and various finger foods.

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1 – McDonald’s

McDonald’s is the largest fast food chain in the world. This food chain has 35000 outlets in total across 119 countries. Everyday, nearly 68 million customers visit McDonald’s. That’s more than total population of Great Britain.

Hamburger is the signature product of McDonald’s. The company sells 75 hamburgers in every seconds. Chicken sandwiches, French fries, desserts and soft drinks are other major products from McDonald’s.

McDonald’s business begun in the year 1940 by Richard and Maurice McDonald’s in San Bernadino in California. Today, McDonald’s employing more than 1.7 million people. This global food chain also partnered with number of entertainment companies and became largest distributor of toys.

Balaji Subramaniam

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