What is in this article?:
- International Top 25: Comparing worldwide restaurant sales
- Top 10 companies ranked by worldwide systemwide foodservice sales
As part of its International Top 25 special report, NRN examines how McDonald's compares to other major restaurant brands in the global market.
This article is part of NRN's first International Top 25 special report, a ranking of the 25 largest restaurant chains and companies, by worldwide sales, with headquarters outside of the U.S. and Canada. NRN partnered with business intelligence specialist Euromonitor International for this report, which is available in full only to Nation’s Restaurant News magazine subscribers in the August 20 issue. Subscribe here.
NRN research shows that the Top 25 U.S. and Canadian retail foodservice companies, when measured by the worldwide systemwide sales of all of their proprietary concepts, as a whole had latest completed fiscal year sales of $264.94 billion, or some four times the $65.94 billion in total sales generated by their international rivals.
Here, see how Oak Brook, Ill.-based McDonald’s Corp., the industry-leading quick-service brand, compares to other brands across the globe. And on the next page, find out how the top 10 U.S. and Canadian companies stack up against the top 10 restaurant companies from the rest of the world in terms of worldwide systemwide foodservice sales.