Saturday, September 24 2022

Fast food workers are always looking for precision. However, even the most organized catering teams are bound to mess up an order once in a while – employees are only human, after all. And while occasional slip-ups are to be expected, a recent survey by Mashed found that consumers believe one brand in particular spoils more than others. Of 599 respondents, 181 people, or 30.22%, identified McDonald’s as the fast food chain that receives the most incorrect orders. “They once gave me a cheeseburger but forgot the meat so it was just a piece of cheese between the bun,” one Redditor recalled, while u/FelineExpress said that based on their experience , “extra pickles are translated to no pickles more often than I can count.”

Of course, Mickey Dee isn’t the only culprit behind this fast food crime. 22.54% of survey respondents rated Taco Bell as the chain with the most ordering errors, while 16.19% blamed Burger King. Wendy’s and Dunkin’ were also singled out, with 13.19% and 11.35% of the votes respectively.

With nods from just 6.51% of survey respondents, KFC was the chain consumers perceived to be the most accurate with orders. Interestingly enough, however, a 2019 study by QSR Magazine found that the fried chicken joint was actually the most likely to spoil, which just goes to show that accidents can happen anywhere.

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