Chick Fil A Essay

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The journey of Chick-fil-A
Chick-fil-A’s first location was opened in 1967. But, before that there was a restaurant called Dwarf House in 1946, this is where Chick-fil-A got its roots. Both Chick-fil-A and Dwarf House were started in Hapeville, GA. In these restaurants, Samuel Truett Cathy used a pressure cooker instead of deep frying because, he said it was to time consuming. Samuel Truett Cathy is also credited for inventing the boneless chicken sandwich. It wasn’t until he was 46, in suburban Atlanta where he opened the first official Chick-fil-A. This was because he spent two years perfecting the perfect sandwich recipe. The first restaurant was a small store in a mall.
Chick-fil-A doesn’t have an official mission statement, but its purpose …show more content…

It’s an inviting atmosphere intended to inspire people to bring their wealth of experience, creativity and enthusiasm to their jobs every day. With an average retention rate of 95% for Chick-fil-A, Inc. corporate employees, our people find their careers at Chick-fil-A, Inc. to be challenging and rewarding. Like many other big fast food companies they buy their product from meat farms rather than raise the chicken themselves, so they don’t own any factories. To franchise a Chick-fil-A’s restaurant it only cost $10,000 which is very cheap compared to some other restaurants, but ongoing fees are much higher. If you apply for franchising you have a 1% chance of being accepted. Last year there was more than 20,000 inquiries and only 75 to 80 were accepted. Chick-fil-A is very highly regarded in the fast food industry with only 2,000 locations. The company generates more revenue per restaurant than any other fast-food chain in the US, according to QSR magazine. These restaurants are very selective, and are never open on Sundays and they still beat out or are par with the bigger chains that are open seven days a week and are in 14,000 …show more content…

The are a franchise. They get all of their products from other companies.

In February, the fast-food chicken joint Chick-fil-A did a good thing. The company announced that every chicken breast its workers hand filet will come from an animal raised without antibiotics. The restaurant chain joins other companies that have made similar commitments—most notably Chipotle, which markets its products as “meat with integrity.” (Adams, Jill U.)
The products and services are obviously fast food. My favorite product is their chicken sandwiches. They do however other things such as:

There are many interesting facts about Chick-fil-A and i will only describe a few. The last time Chick-fil-A made the news was because of their homophobic comment toward the LGBT

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