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A Clown, A King Or A Pigtailed Red Head, Who Serves A Better Burger? Mc Donalds, Burger King And Wendy’s Are Well Known Fast Food Restaurants, Als

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McDonalds, Burger King and Wendy’s are well-known fast food restaurants, also known as Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) they have all been in business for over 50 years. The following is a snippet from QSR magazine’s August 2013 special report on the QSR top 50 Burger Segment.

1 1 McDonald's $35,600.0 $2,600.0 12,605 1,552 14,157 59
2 4 Wendy's2 $8,600.0 $1,483.8 4,528 1,289 5,817 -34
3 5 Burger King* $8,587.0 $1,195.0 7,000 183 7,183 -21
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All three claim 100% pure beef, but Wendy’s is never frozen. Burger King flame- broils their burgers. This gives the Burger King hamburger the taste of outdoor barbeque grilling that many Americans love. McDonald's and Wendy’s fries their burger’s over a flat grill so it tastes more like indoor cooking. Wendy’s and Burger King build their hamburgers up with ketchup, mustard and pickle. But, Burger King's slogan is: "Have it your way!" so you can take off any of the condiments or add more of them to your sandwich. McDonald's hamburger comes with ketchup, mustard, pickle and chopped onion. You can special order their hamburger to fit your taste. The cost of the McDonald's and Wendy’s hamburger is slightly lower at $1.09 while Burger King's hamburger costs $1.19. Both Wendy’s and Burger King have another version of the hamburger on their menu. Wendy’s offers “The Cheese Burger Deluxe” and Burger King Offers the “Whopper Junior”. The difference between the "Cheese Burger Deluxe” and a regular Wendy’s hamburger is that there is mayonnaise, whole leaf lettuce, tomato, sliced onion and cheese added to it. And the “Whopper Junior” is a Burger King hamburger with mayonnaise, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle and ketchup. Both of these hamburgers cost slightly more than the regular hamburger at each of these restaurants. McDonald’s do not have a variation of this...

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