BurgerFi, a chain of better burger restaurants based in Florida, has gone from being an unknown to a national treasure in a short amount of time.
Shake Shack is another burger chain that did well on the U.S. Public Interest Research Groups' (PIRG) Chain Reaction score, getting an A.
They say that their hamburgers are better than most steaks. One study showed that Mooyah customers were happier than those of Five Guys and Smashburger.
Epic Burger, which first opened in 2008 and was dubbed one of America's top startup fast casuals, is now a staple in neighborhoods all around Chicago.
This company has been around since 1948, and it has always maintained strict guidelines when it comes to the quality of its meat.
They place a premium on using only "genuine" ingredients; hence, their meat has no artificial substances of any kind.
Every beef is antibiotic-free and obtained from farms with stringent animal care and well-being requirements.
The company has stepped up by adding Prime-grade beef to its menus, and it continues to be vigilant about product quality.
Clearly, a burger restaurant that contributes $3.5 million to agricultural education is passionate about its product.
Tucker's claims that the beef supplied by Creekstone Farms in Kansas is the greatest ground beef available on the market.