1: Chicken is the most-ordered food in 12 U.S. states (including Michigan, Rhode Island, and a whole swath of Southern states like North Carolina, Tennessee and Florida), earning it top takeout honors, according to Eater's number crunchers.
What food was the most-ordered in America in 2020?
The food of the year was classic comfort: Chicken fingers and french fries were among the most-ordered food items of 2020. More time at home, more breakfast and coffee, please: With more Americans at home to abide by social distancing guidelines, we saw an increase in breakfast items ordered in 2020.
AP Even though Ritz Crackers have been around for almost 80 years, they are still #1 in Americans' hearts—and stomachs. YouGov BrandIndex polled U.S. consumers to discover which chips or crackers are the best perceived snack brands. And for the second year in a row, Ritz Crackers were proclaimed the ultimate favorite.
The American Customer Satisfaction Index released its list of best fast-food restaurants, and Chick-fil-A took the top title for the seventh straight year. Of the fast-food places, also known as limited-service restaurants, Chick-fil-A came in first place with a score of 83 out of 100.
America's most hated food? Olives. Two highly rational states (Connecticut and Massachusetts) know that well-done steak is a scourge on humanity. Nobody hates cottage cheese, tuna, liver, tomatoes, or peas the most.
Well, bad news hamburger, because in case you hadn't guessed, pizza is America's undisputed favorite junk food. With an average of 2,240,000 searches every month, it gets more than double the number of searches than its nearest rival. Fried chicken, French toast, and hamburgers all make an appearance.