According to Wendy’s philosophy, it is oriented on quality of the food as well, their competitive advantage is fresh non-frozen meat, made to – order hamburgers. However, Five Guys also offering 250,000 possible ways to order a burger, an extra fries with a regular order and 17 toppings. 2. Analyze the original values for the start-up company and how it remains strong today. When Jerry Murray decided to open a hamburger take out shop, the biggest value for him and his family, was the quality of the food.
Pairing quality food with the extension of the mission statement, “you the customer are the most important visitor on our premises”, Five Guys have been operating by Murrell’s standards and vision for almost 30 years. 2. Analyze the original values for the start-up company and how it remains strong today. The original values for the start-up company and how it remains strong today is because as the company grew Murrell believed that the menu had to stay the same good burgers and fries. Five Guys Burgers are the best because the burgers are handmade from fresh beef patties not frozen and the fries are
5 Guys Hamburgers 5 Guys Hamburgers, started in 1986 by Jerry Murrell, his wife and his four sons, began as nothing more than a small burger shack in a Virginia strip mall. Jerry started the company to give people better quality food and a different type of fast food experience. This is why 5 Guys makes their hamburgers ready-to-order with meat that has never been frozen, they offer a multitude of free toppings and the fries are never skimped on. During the beginning Jerry kept his day job while allowing his sons to oversee the shack’s operations. Jerry had always wanted to keep the company local, so he originally allowed for expansion to stretch only as far as the Washington D.C. area.
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Eating chipotle is like eating 5 star quality foods at a fast food restaurant (Simile). (Anecdote) I actually picked this topic because I love chipotle and I feel like they provide me with the highest quality food and best customer service. I go to chipotle at least twice a week. In 1998 McDonald was chipotle’s first major company that bought almost all of their stocks. Later, McDonald sold all of their shares because they thought that chipotle was not going to be a successful company.
In terms of fast food restaurant life span, even twenty-five years in business can seem like an eternity. In an article published in the New York Times, it was reported that instead of advertising heavily, franchising or redesigning stores, White Castle relied on a simple menu of a square little hamburger that die-hard fans would buy by the bagful and devour in one sitting (Siler, 1988). Although the article was published in 1988, much of White Castle’s promotion has remained the same. This paper discusses a number of strategies that have contributed to the sustainability of the White Castle’s hamburger; identifies the intangible aspects such as crave times and company culture which has contributed to the company’s growth; and discusses the marketing strategies that have contributed to the product’s lengthy life cycle in the fast food business. In an article in Investor’s Business Daily, it was revealed that one of the keys to White Castle’s success has been the company’s ability to keep family in management positions.
Introduction S. Truett Cathy was a successful entrepreneur almost from birth. He started by selling Coca-Cola door to door, then magazines and newspapers, before finally entering the restaurant business. Several successful years later, he began working on a chicken sandwich for his restaurants and customer response was so great that Cathy knew he was on to something special. Cathy initially wanted to license the sales of the product to other restaurants, but saw that it could created quality control issues and damage to the Chick-fil-A brand. Therefore, Cathy developed a unique franchise opportunity that he deployed first to malls and then to stand alone stores based on his core values of conservatism, encouraging corporate social responsibility, and entrepreneurship (Cathy, 2013).
Its main competitors include Qdoba Mexican Grill, Moe's Southwest Grill, Rubio's Fresh Mexican Grill, Ranchero’s Mexican Grill, and Baja Fresh. The company executives have identified ways to make the company stand out amongst the competition in different ways that they hope will enable the company to remain at the top and keep making profits as it has done since inception. One of the best ways is new innovations. This has been done by employing a new chef with vast experience to come up with new menus that will be tested in selected restaurants before the menu is adapted by all the restaurants. This is a gamble for the chain because it has had the same menu of burrito bowls, burritos, tacos, salads, various meats and extra dishes such as salsas, cheese, lettuce and guacamole which have been the restaurants signatures.
Every dinner, lunch, and snack has become more efficient and become faster. The fast food industry is killing americans with their secrets. A hamburger and french fries have become the most common American meal since the 1950’s. However, what is rarely mentioned is the ingredients that they contain. All the juicy burgers and crispy golden fries never say where they come from or what ingredients they contain.
College Writing America has become a “Fast Food nation”, which is what Eric Schlosser, author of the book Fast Food Nation, calls it. Why does he call it this you ask? American has known a hamburger and fries as the “American meal” ever since the early 1920s when White Castle was founded. The McDonald brothers opened their redesigned restaurant in 1948, and several fast-food chains that exist today opened soon after. Burger King and Taco Bell started in the 1950s, and Wendy's opened in 1969.