In-N-Out, Chipotle, Marco’s Pizza, Chick-fil-A, and Firehouse Subs topped respective categories in a new study to identify American consumers’ favorite quick-service restaurant chains in five segme
AllergyEats, the leading guide to allergy-friendly restaurants in the U.S., just released its 2017 list of the Top 10 Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains nationwide
Subway is the 2016 Sandwich Shop Brand of the Year, securing the title for the sixth consecutive year, according to The Harris Poll 2016 EquiTrend Study.
The overall perception of quick-service restaurants has trended downward as a category with Subway still managing to maintain its brand as the top achiever for the period.
Everyone talks about Millennials, but real success lies in appealing equally to all generations.
The burger segment could learn a thing or two from its more malleable brother, the sandwich.
Technomic has announced the winners of the 2014 Chain Restaurant Consumers' Choice Awards, which are based on consumer responses to the research an
Lippincott, a brand strategy and design firm, and Hill Holliday, a full-service advertising and marketing agency, released “Welcome to the Human Era,” a report that examines the fundame
Empathica, a global provider of Customer Experience Management (CEM) solutions to multiunit enterprises, released burger brand findings from the 2013 Quick Service Restaurant Benchmark Study, which
Whether organic or strategic, secret menus can be a boon to business.
The Double-Double Burger from In-N-Out was ranked the “Top Fast-Food Burger” in a crowd-sourced ranking from more than 3,000 fast food customers, according to Ranker.com.
Millennials are unique. They communicate differently, are self-expressive, confident, liberal, upbeat, and open to change. But marketing to them can be a challenge.
In-N-Out Burger fights and wins against a Chinese competitor. Find out how to safeguard your brand abroad.
It’s been a heck of a year, from Burger King’s buyout to BP’s oil spill. We deliver the stories that rocked our industry.
In a recent survey, local brands, fast casuals, and (of course) Chick-fil-A rank at the top of consumer satisfaction list.
George Green tells you the difference between can and can’t thinkers. Which is your crew?
Toyota was caught sacrificing quality for quantity, and its troubles should be a warning sign to quick serves looking to grow.
Stacy Perman, author of a new book about In-N-Out Burger, explains how a small, family-owned chain could beat giants like Burger King and McDonalds on per-store sales.
Emerging restaurant brands are always a hot topic in the industry. Here QSR presents the top 10 chains with fewer than 300 units.