5 Most Powerful Fried Chicken Chains

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WingStop


While most restaurants were negatively impacted by the epidemic, the chicken wing specialist WingStop benefited from it, reporting systemwide U.S. sales of $2.27 billion.


With menu selections that are always "prepared to order and hand sauced-and-tossed in fans' choice of 11 bold, distinctive flavours," Wingstop sets itself apart from other restaurants.

Raising Cane's


Raising Cane's announced the launch of its 600th restaurant and reported a strong U.S. systemwide sales total of $2.4 billion with its popular yet straightforward menu of chicken fingers, fries, sides, and drinks.


The company intends to open more than 300 restaurants, more than 80% of which will be owned by the business.

Popeyes


With a total of 3,700+ outlets worldwide, Popeyes is commemorating its 50th birthday with significant growth, expanding its footprint, and introducing new customers to its fried chicken across the nation and around the world.


Popeyes' parent firm claims that the chain's global system-wide sales have increased from $3 billion to $5 billion in just five years since RBI bought it.

KFC


KFC remains a significant participant in the world of fast-food fried chicken with systemwide sales in the United States of more than $5.1 billion.


Since 1952, well-known KFC products like its bucket meals have given families affordable dinner options, and the restaurant's cost-effective individual Mac & Cheese Bowls are back for a limited time for just $5.

Chick-fil-A


The lengthy, winding drive-thru lineups have definitely caught Chick-fil-attention A's in recent years. And now that the business is safely perched atop the hill of fried chicken, we know that all those lines translated directly to sales.


In the United States, A expanded its coverage by 155 locations in 2021, and its revenue increased to $5.8 billion, well above the $4.3 billion in 2020 and the $3.8 billion in the year before that.

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