Chick-fil-A earns top marks among fast food chains for customer satisfaction
- The 2017 Temkin Experience Ratings has just come out with their annual rankings of fast food chains based on customer sastisfaction
- Overall, the industry nabbed a 76% rating, and came in second place overall out of 20 industries
- Chick-fil-A easily took the top spot for fast food companies with a score of 83% and came in second overall out of all 331 companies ranked
Regardless of how unhealthy it may be for us, Americans just can't quit their fast food. Well, the 2017 Temkin Experience Ratings has just come out with their annual rankings of fast food chains based on customer satisfaction and it seems folks love their fast food more than ever. Overall, the industry nabbed a 76% rating, and came in second place overall out of 20 industries. What’s more, the industry saw an improvement of more than 5% from last year.
Now, as for the best chain, Chick-fil-A easily took the top spot with a score of 83%. What’s more, the chicken giant came in second place overall out of all 331 companies ranked. Also ranking high on the list is Chipotle and Hardees, which each earned an 82% to land in second place on the fast food list, and fourth overall.
Top Fast Food Restaurants For Customer Satisfaction(click here for the complete list)
- Chick-fil-A: 83%
- Chipotle Mexican Grill: 82%
- Hardees: 82%
- Subway: 81%
- Arby's: 80%
- KFC: 80%
- Baskin Robbins: 79%
- Dairy Queen: 79%
- Starbucks: 79%
- Dunkin' Donuts: 78%
- Papa John's: 78%
Source: Market Watch
The food that Davis Young grows on dozens of abandoned lots in New Orleans’ Ninth Ward is the only fresh food available to a lot of the locals.
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Hurricane Katrina devastated the Ninth Ward of New Orleans and the area hasn’t ever really recovered. But David Young created Capstone Community Gardensthere, which provides food to low-income residents and an environmentally-friendly home for honeybees, too.
Young started the gardens in over 30 abandoned lots and grows things like tomatoes, cucumbers, and Brussels sprouts - which are all accessible to the community for free. It’s especially valuable because there are no grocery stores around there and the local food pantry opens once a month - which just isn’t enough. So people can come get fresh produce at the gardens anytime they’re hungry. How incredible is that?
But in addition to helping people, the gardens also help rescued honeybees. When people have an infestation, Young moves the bees and their hives to the gardens, where they earn their keep by pollinating the flowers and veggies. Capstone even has goats that “mow” the weeds and chickens that provide eggs to locals too. What an amazing gift to the community!
Source: Good News Network
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