Burger King vs. Mcdonalds

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Fast food restaurants are a trade mark of America. You can find them everywhere you go. From the southernmost tip of California to the easternmost tip of Japan , there are hundreds of thousands of fast food restaurants. Two of the most popular, who are longtime rivals, are McDonalds and Burger King. McDonalds opened its doors in 1940, 13 years later so did there soon to be competitor, Burger King. Both of them compete every day to earn the most profit possible. These restaurants may be some of the largest fast food corporations in the country, but they have plenty of differences; taste, sales, advertising. Taste is a big part of the competition. McDonalds and Burger King may not be good for you, but to most people it tastes good. The most popular food on the menu for both restaurants is the French fries. McDonalds fries contain potatoes, vegetable oil, canola oil, hydrogenated soybean oil, natural beef flavor, citric acid preservative, dextrose, sodium acid, pyrophosphate, salt, Canola oil, corn oil, soybean oil, hydrogenated soybean oil, citric acid, and Dimethylpolysiloxane (what’s in). In comparison to Burger King fries which contain Potatoes, Soybean Oil, Modified Potato Starch, Rice Flour, Salt, Leavening (Disodium Dihydrogen Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate), Dextrose, Xanthan Gum, and Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate (Burger King). Although the ingredients may be somewhat similar the taste of the fires are very different. Which tastes batter? It is simply the consumer’s opinion. Another part that plays a huge role in the competition is the sales. Sales are the whole reason why the two fast food giants compete in the first place, because sales equal money. Despite McDonalds having the highest number of sales every year amongst the major fast food restaurants, Burger King has been at least in the top three ever since they opened. In 2011, “Burger Kings had sales

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