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When you’re sitting in your car in the drive-through lane, waiting for your order to roll out the window, have you ever stopped to think exactly how many people eat fast food? How many restaurants do you pass on the way home? With the variety and convenience, franchising restaurants is a guaranteed and lucrative investment.

Did you know that in 2007 McDonald’s had 390,000 employees? They also earned more than $22 million that year. With 31,000 restaurants in nearly 120 countries, it’s no wonder they say “Billions Served”!

Franchising is a nearly $125 billion a year industry. While it takes a lot of hard work, the rewards can be exceptional. This is exactly due to the number of people who eat on the run.

So how many people eat fast food? Over 50,000,000 people daily in the US alone. That’s a lot of burgers and fries! When you have to manage work, school, and soccer practice, eating out is more convenient than cooking at home. It’s also an inexpensive way to feed the whole family. Plus, the options are mind-boggling!

KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN- For the chicken lovers in the family

MCDONALD’S, BURGER KING – For those who prefer burgers and fries

PIZZA HUT – On the Italian Side

TACO BELL- When you feel a little south of the border

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. There is a fast food restaurant for almost every taste, so even the pickiest of eaters can find a place where they can enjoy a quick and convenient meal. Americans will spend more than $110 billion this year on fast food, that’s more than a quarter of all Americans. Most of them have even worked in the FF industry at some point in their lives.

Some people question the benefits of eating at FF franchises, saying it’s unhealthy, high in calories and full of fat. But there are also some good points to eat out. If you’re looking for a healthier place to dine, there are a few restaurants that serve low-fat, sugar-free meals. Don’t be intimidated by the naysayers’ claims. You can find everything you are looking for in a restaurant easily, conveniently and cheaply. And with so many to choose from, you’re guaranteed to find what you’re looking for, close to home.

A person looking to invest in a business opportunity should really consider franchising restaurants. With more and more people dining in restaurants and restaurant franchises popping up all over the world, this is an industry that shows no signs of slowing down.

With food for every taste and budget, speed, convenience and meal planning options are as simple as a short drive to your favorite restaurant. Based on the number of people who eat out, franchising is one of the most lucrative business ventures available. Remember, the franchise is the best kept secret of the 21st century!

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