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McDonald's gobbles up competition in systemwide sales




Copyright: Pacific Business News

August 1, 2012


McDonald’s was far and away the top fast-food restaurant brand in the United States last year with more than $34 bllion in U.S. systemwide sales, according to QSR Magazine’s annual ranking of the top 50 quick-serve chains. The average sales at McDonald’s (NYSE: MCD) 14,098 stores in the United States was $2.5 million, according to QSR. McDonald’s has 76 restaurants in Hawaii. Subway, which has more than 116 stores in Hawaii, was second with $11.4 billion in systemwide sales, which translated to average sales of $469,000 at its 24,722 stores in ...


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