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Fast Food Restaurants In Elmhurst

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Fast Food Restaurants

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Business Listing   Burger King - Closed - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 279-7833

Business Listing   Burger King - Restaurants- Elmhurst - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 279-7833

Business Listing   Dairy Queen - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 832-1789

Business Listing   Elmhurst Public House - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 834-8989

Business Listing   Fontano's Subs - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 833-7827

Business Listing   Kentucky Fried Chicken - Elmhurst - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 832-5141

Business Listing   Mc Donald's - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 834-6227

Business Listing   Mcdonald's Restaurants - Addison - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 543-8380

Business Listing   Mcdonald's Restaurants - Villa Park - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 530-0187

Business Listing   Quizno's Classic Subs - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 834-2700

Business Listing   ROLY Poly Sandwiches - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 516-3881

Business Listing   Subway - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 530-8845

Business Listing   Subway Sandwiches & Salads - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 834-4885

Business Listing   Taco Bell - Restaurants - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 993-0902

Business Listing   Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers Restaurant - Addison - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 543-3240

Business Listing   Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers Restaurant - Elmhurst - Elmhurst, IL - Phone: (630) 530-5041

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Helpful Definition for: Fast Food Restaurants

Fast food restaurants,in Elmhurst, are a certain type of restaurants that serve a limited menu fast food cuisine in minimal table service. The food is generally cooked in advance in bulk proportions, kept hot & is available soon after placing the order to consume or to take away. Usually a restaurant chain or franchise operation provisions standard ingredients or partially prepared food through supply chains to each of the fast food restaurants under it. To ensure a consistent level of product quality and to deliver the order quickly, avoiding labor & equipment costs, pre-cooked products are monitored for freshness using specialized operations. Food items in the fast food restaurants are prepared with ingredients formulated to obtain an identifiable aroma, flavor, texture, freshness, reduced handling costs & fast order fulfillment, because of the commercial emphasis on taste, safety, low cost, speed & uniformity. Hence, a significant degree of food engineering- including the use of additives, preservatives & processing techniques, which though limit the nutritional value of the food, are often employed in these restaurants in Elmhurst.

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