One interesting fact is that fast food industries based in the United States earned nearly $191 billion in revenue in 2013. As one of the fast food industry's leaders, McDonald’s serves approximately 18 billion people ev... More »

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Information that typically appears on a fast food industry analysis includes details about the quality of the food at different chains, the sales revenue and expenses different companies face, and a breakdown of the vari... More »

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As of 2015, 77.3 percent of the fast food industry’s eateries consist of drive-thrus and on-premises restaurants; the remainder are off-premise takeout and buffets. The most valuable fast food brand is McDonald’s, with a... More »

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Information that typically appears on a fast food industry analysis includes details about the quality of the food at different chains, the sales revenue and expenses different companies face, and a breakdown of the vari... More »

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The majority of the service industry throughout the United States uses the ServSafe food safety test. The National Restaurant Association accredits ServSafe's food safety certification. More »

The level of industry is a major determinant of how worker’s compensation is calculated; low-hazard industries pay less in premiums as compared to high-hazard industries, states OSHAcademy. Companies that have high safet... More »

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The fast food industry seems to constantly push the limit on how many calories they can pack into a single sandwich, but as of April 2014, the Hardee's 2/3 pound Monster Thickburger is the most caloric, boasting a stagge... More »