Advertising Age recently ran a hilarious peek into the future called “The Most Influential Brands of 2090,” which you can read here. This got us thinking about the future of quick service and what brands in the industry might be dominant 50 years from now. With a nod to Michael Crichton’s novel Timeline for the opening conceit, here is the tongue-in-cheek guess of Greg Sanders, QSR’s associate publisher…
The Chick-fil-A chain will offer free samplings of the new sandwich via an online reservation system before it is officially released on the menu.
Chain sees big success in 2009 despite sluggish economy, including crossing $3 billion in sales and opening 83 new restaurants.
Yogurt Parfait and House Roast Coffee added to breakfast menu that accounts for more than 17 percent of sales.
Survey from Market Force Information finds the two to be consumers' favorite quick-serve locales.
Three years after surpassing $2 billion in annual sales for the first time, chain marks $3 billion haul.
Chain's cow calendar preps for 13th edition, with mascots dressed as famous literature characters.
The company's senior vice president of operations tells QSR about the chain's sixth first-place finish.
A new Technomic report finds the limited-service industry is bucking the trend.
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Chick-fil-A wins in the quick-serve category for innovative and influential use of fruit.