When it comes to our nation’s favorite fast food, two Christian companies — Chick-fil-A and In-N-Out — are the order of the day, according to South Carolina’s WCSC-TV.
Food & Wine publishes Market Force, whose recent survey of 7,600 consumers resulted in a 79 percent “loyalty rating” for Chick-fil-A, which took top honors.
Earning a 73 percent approval score was In-N-Out, reigning supreme among burger eateries and third overall, WCSC-TV reported.
Both restaurants are known for their outstanding service and Christian values, so it’s no coincidence that customers show their appreciation.
Rounding out the survey’s top five are Raising Cane’s, which registered a score of 78 percent to place second overall; Jersey Mike’s and Blaze Pizza, both of which tallied 69 percent.
Serving up the poll results Thursday on social media was Food & Wine’s official Twitter account.
Sorry, In-N-Out. https://t.co/UxlYOrN3s4
— Food & Wine (@foodandwine) August 2, 2019
Greasy chicken, soggy potatoes and bigotry. Yum!
— Thunderbeaver (@maonkin) August 2, 2019
All evidence points to the contrary. No matter how hard LGBTQ supporters push back against the restaurant’s progress and values, story after story about Chick-fil-A highlights acts of kindness that demonstrate its Christian values.
When somebody — whether a restaurant manager or new employee — expresses the love in his or her heart, it tends to rub off on coworkers. In turn, that leads to happy and satisfied patrons.
A positive attitude and strong work ethic are contagious, and customers of Chick-fil-A and In-N-Out have responded in kind, according to Food & Wine.
Too bad that notion seems to have escaped those who are intolerant of people whose views don’t align with theirs. Now that’s food for thought: It’s obvious those who oppose Chick-fil-A can dish out criticism but can’t swallow reality.
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