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Chick-fil-A Could Outpace McDonald's Growth: Analyst

Chicken chain's U.S. growth could surpass McDonald's by 2023

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Chick-fil-A Could Outpace McDonald's Growth: Analyst

The Richards Group

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According to the Chicago Tribune, a restaurant industry analyst projects Chick-fil-A will increase U.S. sales between $6.3 billion to $9 billion by 2023, whereas McDonald's growth is projected at anywhere from $1 billion to $10.5 billion.

Atlanta-based Chik-fil-A has surpassed KFC in the fast-food chicken category nationwide, and is poised for greater growth as it expands into more northern states.

While McDonald's total U.S. sales dwarf those of Chik-fil-A's, the industry analyst shows that the fast food giant can no longer ignore its plucky competitor.

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