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QSR 50 Contenders
These quick-service and fast-casual companies just missed the QSR 50.
The Runaway Hit
In just one year, Five Guys catapulted 12 spots on the QSR 50, from No. 42 in 2010 to No. 30 this year.
Brands No. 51-65 are fast-rising quick-service and fast-casual companies that just missed the QSR 50.
Moe’s On a Mission
The Atlanta-based chain is serving up better food and a new design to its consumers at home and abroad.
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