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  2. Burger Chef - Wikipedia

    Burger Chef was an American fast-food restaurant chain. It began operating in 1954 in Indianapolis, Indiana, expanded throughout the United States, and at its peak in 1973 had 1,050 locations, including some in Canada. [1] The chain featured several signature items, such as the Big Shef and Super Shef hamburgers.

  3. In just ten years, Burger Chef became the second-largest burger chain, with only about one hundred fewer locations than McDonald’s. General Foods Corporation purchased the Burger Chef chain in 1968, which helped to fund its rapid expansion. Under General Foods, they reached their peak of 1,200 locations in 1972.

  4. The Untold Truth Of Burger Chef - Mashed

    Facts The Untold Truth Of Burger Chef Facebook By Joel Burrows / Updated: June 3, 2021 4:45 pm EST Burger Chef had a name that said it all. Its handle wasn't ambiguous like McDonald's or an acronym like KFC. This franchise was a series of restaurants where chefs made their customers burgers.

  5. What Happened to Burger Chef? - American Memory Lane

    Burger Chef and Jeff is a classic animated television series that aired from 1972 to 1985. It follows the adventures of two young boys, Burger Chef and Jeff, as they explore the world around them. The show was created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears and was produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions.

  6. Mad Men : A Brief History of the Real-World Burger Chef - TIME

    That the name Burger Chef is all but lost to history isn’t particularly surprising — in a world dominated by ubiquitous fast food chains (McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, etc.), even regional...

  7. Why The Burger Chef Murders Still Haven't Been Solved - Grunge

    The story of the Burger Chef murders is harrowing: on November 17, 1978, four young employees working at a branch of the now-defunct fast-food chain Burger Chef in Speedway, Indiana were kidnapped as part of a robbery.

  8. Remembering the Burger Chef Restaurants | Cincy Shirts

    July 28, 2018 3 Comments Originally written by our Content Director P.F. Wilson for our sibling site Old School Shirts, this article takes a dive into the history and legacy of Burger Chef. The Indianapolis-based fast food chain is remembered fondly here in Cincinnati and across the country.

  9. Burger Chef | Hoosier Fast-Food Pioneer | Hoosier State ...

    After years of mismanagement and declining profits, General Foods sold Burger Chef to Hardee’s in 1981, for roughly $44 Million dollars. Over the next 14 years, most locations were either converted into Hardee’s or closed. The final Burger Chef restaurant, located in Cookeville Tennessee, closed in 1996.

  10. The Untold Truth Of Burger Chef - YouTube

    Subscribe. 1.5K. 84K views 2 years ago #FastFood #Burger #BurgerChef. There was a time when Burger Chef was one of the most popular fast food restaurants in the country, but their success didn’t ...

  11. Indy Beacons: Burger Chef, Indy’s biggest-ever restaurant chain

    The worst chapter in the Burger Chef story occurred in November 1978, when four young employees of an outlet in Speedway disappeared. It became apparent that a robbery had occurred, but only $600 ...