10 fascinating facts about your favorite burger chains

McDonald's:

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:

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:

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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