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1Subway18 200 000 000,00269581619643154421 745,382 284 454,13100%-3.20%2.00%26,95816,19638%-600858Though No. 4 in terms of revenue, Subway is second only to the convenience-store chain 7-Eleven in terms of unit count. Although pace of expansion has slowed since Subway's peak in the 1990s - the chain still builds hundreds of new units each year. Subway is centered in Milford, Connecticut, and is operated by Doctor's Associates Incorporated, the holding company created by Subway's founders Fred DeLuca and Peter Buck. The two started selling sandwiches in 1965.
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2KFC23 400 000 000,00439115029194201 204 943,366 526 776,5273%1.70%2.90%4,1859,97727%77%400545Recognizable by its signature buckets of fried chicken and its logo featuring the chain's founder, Harland Sanders, KFC is the largest fried chicken chain in the world. Headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, the company oversees more than 18,000 units; over 75% of which operate outside of the United States. KFC has been owned by Yum! Brands since 1997, the same parent company of Pizza Hut and Taco Bell.
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Burger King17 017 100 000,0071267,2467133,2462 385 603,9712 922 021,52100%4.40%5.20%7,0747,246050716706Burger King is the second largest burger chain in the world after McDonald's. The first Burger King was called Insta-Burger King and opened in Jacksonville, Florida, in 1953. Ownership of Burger King has shifted several times in its history. Currently the Brazilian investment firm 3G Capital has private ownership, through its subsidiary Restaurant Brands International, having bought the company from partners Bain Capital, Berkshire Hathaway and TPG Capital in 2010. Burger King uses a number of franchise strategies, including relying on certain regional franchises to sign-on new franchisees on the company's behalf.
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Pizza Hut12 200 000 000,007,9087,69715,605781 800 704,904 234 753 818,2285%1.70%4.30%7,3825,8661549200638Along with popular food chains KFC and Taco Bell, the largest pizza chain in the world is operated by Yum! Brands. Pizza Hut began as a single restaurant in Wichita run by brothers Frank and Dan Carney, who were still students at the local university when they opened in 1958. Since 1971, Pizza Hut has been the top pizza brand in the country in terms of both unit count and revenue.
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Wendy's9 300 000 000,00575076565151 427 475,067 732 156,5685%-1.10%-0.60%4,8956631512-100-42Distinguishing itself with food items like the square-shaped beef patty and the "frosty," Wendy's is the third-largest burger chain in the world behind McDonald's and Burger King. Starting in Columbus, Ohio, in 1969, the restaurant was named for founder Dave Thomas's daughter. Still based in Ohio, the chain is now overseen by the Wendy's Company, which also has partial ownership of the fast- food chain Arby's.
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Dominos8 900 000 000,005,0676,56211,629765 328 059,164 145 526 987,1397%11.30%6.80%3776,562356900743Domino's started as one restaurant in a Michigan small town in 1960 and has since expanded to more than10,000 restaurants located all over the world. The brand's founder, Tom Monaghan, owned Domino's until 1998 when he sold a majority share to Bain Capital. A series of image reinventions and improved products have made Domino's one of the largest pizza chains in the world, second only to Pizza Hut.
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Taco Bell8 500 000 000,00595024861981 371 410,137 428 471,5585%4.90%3.00%5,024242154400181The third largest holding of Yum! Brands (which also owns the chains KFC and Pizza Hut), Taco Bell is the largest taco and burrito chain in the world. It was founded by and named for Glen Bell, who had created and operated several fast food concepts before inventing his namesake brand. He opened the first Taco Bell in Downey, California, in 1962. Yum! Brands has owned Taco Bell ever since the holding company split off from PepsiCo in 1997.
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Dunkin' Donuts7 877 000 000,008,0823,22811,31696 463 306,813 772 509 578,54100%6.40% 4.20%8,0473,228029477452A doughnut and coffee chain based in Massachusetts, Dunkin' Donuts is the largest franchised chain in its category, with well over 10,000 locations. It's owned by Dunkin' Brands, which is also parent company of the ice cream franchise Baskin-Robbins. Dunkin' Donuts began as a restaurant called Open Kettle in Quincy, Massachusetts, in 1948. Its founder, William Rosenberg, changed the name to Dunkin' Donuts two years later and began franchising in 1955.
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Tim Hortons6 611 000 000,008733,798876,7987 539 935,0840 841 315,03100%0.20% 4.20%8713,78708111186Tim Hortons, a Canadian restaurant brand known mostly for its coffee products, is named for its founder Miles "Tim"� Horton who was a professional hockey player. Horton opened his first store in 1964 in Hamilton, Ontario. Today there are more than 4,000 Tim Hortons units, the majority of which are in Canada. The brand was at one point combined with Canadian Wendy's, but it became independent again in 2006. Restaurant Brands International, which also owns Burger King, bought Tim Hortons in 2014. Restaurant Brands International is owned by the Brazilian investment firm 3G Capital.
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Chick-Fil-A6 000 000 000,001885018853 183 023,8717 241 379,31100%20.00%6.20%1,8851000110This fast-food brand famous for its trademark chicken sandwich began as one outlet that opened in 1967 in a food court at the Greenbriar Mall outside of Atlanta, Georgia. Currently Chick-fil-A has more than1,000 locations across the United States, including a few drive-thru only units. The chain is well known for being heavily influenced by the Baptist beliefs of its founder, S. Truett Cathy, meaning (among other things) that all Chick-fil-A restaurants are closed on Sundays. In its franchising system, Chick-fil-A selects and builds all its restaurants and retains ownership of all its buildings. This process cuts down on the initial investment required by a franchisee.
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Jimmy John's1 756 713 820,00210902109832 960,564 511 869,7098%19.80%17.00%2,071290307Headquartered in Champaign, Illinois, Jimmy John's is a sub sandwich chain, best known for its freakishly fast delivery service. Its founder, Jimmy John Liautaud opened the first sandwich shop in 1983. In 1993, he began franchising and today there are more than 1,000 locations across the United States. Liautaud is still the majority owner of the company, although in 2007 he sold a third of his shares to an equity firm, Weston Presidio, out of San Francisco.
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Panera Bread4 512 125 000,001865151,882 400 066 489,3613 000 360 150,7151%5.30% 5.80%9499228103Based in Sunset Hills, Missouri, Panera Bread is a fast-casual chain of bakery/cafes founded in 1981. It opened under the name St. Louis Bread and still goes by that name in the St. Louis-area. Panera restaurants offer a wide variety of menu items, including baked goods, soup and sandwiches. In recent years, the brand has become known for its charity works, running several "pay-what-you-can"� locations, as well as donating unsold food to local charities.
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Buffalo Wild Wings3 278 000 000,001052195559 600 000,00322 833 333,3316,97.90%Best known for its wings and wide range of sauces, Buffalo Wild Wings started in 1982 with its first location in Columbus, Ohio. Created and founded by college students, Jim Disbrow and Scott Lowery, Buffalo Wild Wings began franchising in 1990 and today has locations across the United States, along with a few international units. Until 1997, the company was headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. It now operates out of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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Zaxby's1 257 666 032,0065906591 908 446,1810 337 416,8083%17.20% 10.60%54517%18563This fast food chain with the tagline, "Absolutely Craveable," is known for its fried chicken fingerz, its Zalads and Meal Dealz. Zach McLeroy and Tony Townley opened the first restaurant in 1990 in Statesboro, Georgia, just outside the local university. Although the brand has expanded greatly since its creation, its locations remain concentrated in the southern United States. Headquarters are still in Athens, the city of its founding.
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Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen2 740 000 000,002379187050997%14%7%18055093%21%Popeyes is a quick-service restaurant known mostly for its Cajun-inspired cuisine, especially fried chicken. It is headquartered in Sandy Springs, Georgia, however, it began just outside of New Orleans when Al Copeland opened Chicken on the Run in 1972. Copeland changed the name to Popeyes after several months in four years later, began to franchise chain). Locations are focused mostly in the southern United States, although the chain also has a significant presence internationally. The chain is currently owned by AFC.http://www.franchisetimes.com/Top-200/Popeyes-Louisiana-Kitchen
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