10 fascinating facts about your favorite burger chains


The Filet-O-Fish was created in 1962 to cater to the Catholic market during Lent.

Burger King:

The Whopper, introduced in 1957, is one of the most iconic burgers and was the first major burger to be sold in a wrapper.


Wendy's founder, Dave Thomas, named the restaurant after his daughter Melinda Lou, whose nickname was Wendy.

In-N-Out Burger:

The chain has a Bible verse printed on its food packaging, a practice dating back to the founder's Christian beliefs.

Shake Shack:

The company's mission is to "Stand For Something Good," emphasizing sustainable and responsible business practices.

Five Guys:

Five Guys started as a family-owned business in Arlington, Virginia, and has expanded to thousands of locations worldwide.


Whataburger was founded in Corpus Christi, Texas, in 1950. The "Flying W" logo is an iconic symbol of Whataburger.

Carl's Jr./Hardee's:

The chains are known for their innovative and sometimes controversial advertising campaigns.

Jack in the Box:

The mascot, Jack, was originally a clown head in a box but evolved into the more modern character.

White Castle:

White Castle, established in 1921, is considered the first fast-food chain in the United States.

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