A new study has revealed that Burger King is the most popular fast-food restaurant in Florida
The study, conducted by price-tracking experts at Pricelisto, analyzed Google US data for the most popular fast-food restaurants based on search interest and popularity over the past 12 months.
According to the results, the top three fast-food restaurants in the state of Florida are Burger King, McDonald’s and Wendys.
First opening in Florida, Burger King has spread to over 100 countries and pride themselves on their flame grilled recipes. With over 7,000 Burger King restaurants across America it makes it one of the most readily available fast-food choices and therefore one of the most popular.
McDonald’s is the biggest fast-food chain in the world, of the 40,000 restaurants worldwide, 14,000 are located in America. The average distance to a McDonald’s in America is three miles so it’s no surprise that due to its ease of access that it is one of the most popular and googled fast food restaurants in Florida.
Wendy’s is a chain known for its square hamburger patties served on circular buns, sea salt fries, and Frosty, a form of soft-serve ice cream mixed with starches. Wendy’s menu consists primarily of hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, French fries, and beverages such as the Frosty. With 6000 restaurants statewide it’s a popular choice for many Americans due to its signature dishes and accessibility.
A spokesperson for Pricelisto commented on the findings.
“Fast food has become a staple of many Americans daily lives. Over a quarter of American adults eat fast food daily and therefore there is such a huge number of fast-food branches spread across the states,” the spokesperson said. “With the QSR (quick service restaurant) industry being worth over $250 billion in America, it’s easy to understand why corporations are so eager to take advantage of Americans’ love of fast food.
“However, the vast array of cuisine available means that Americans have a fantastic choice of dining experiences to enjoy, and not all are the typical unhealthy stereotypes that come to mind when you hear fast food. Everything is okay in moderation and a balanced lifestyle can be achieved while still enjoying these popular cuisines,” the spokesperson added.
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