Well-established restaurant brands including McDonald’s, KFC and Sbarro came up short in a fast-food survey by Consumer Reports, released Wednesday. The Yonkers, N.Y.-based non-profit organization, which compiled responses from 32,405 subscribers, with an aggregate 96,208 dining experiences, ranked fast food by taste on a one-to-100 scale. The leaders by category in the survey were: burgers by Irvine, Calif.-based In-N-Out Burger; pizza by Vancouver, Wash.-based Papa ...
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