A new study by CNNMoney shows that Chipotle has found its way to the top of the search results for the “most popular meats” in its hometown of Los Angeles, where it’s one of the fastest-growing restaurants in the world.
The search for the most popular meats in Los Angeles County is a common one for restaurant operators, with restaurants that have been around for a long time showing up in the top 20 or so searches.
But this time around, the Los Angeles restaurant operators who’ve made it to the next level of search results are taking it one step further.
Chipotle, which has grown in popularity in recent years thanks to the popularity of the burrito and burrito bowls, is the first restaurant in the U.S. to have its search rankings appear in the online restaurant industry.
The company says it uses the data to target advertising to consumers in its own restaurants.
“Our restaurants are an excellent place to serve up great food and enjoy the company of our customers.
They’re the best places to go for quality, value, service and of course delicious food,” Chipotle said in a statement.
The company’s search rankings include items like “Best beef cuts,” “Best burrito,” “Most burrito sizes,” and “Best sides.”
But the most significant change is that the top two spots have been taken by Chipotle, along with a host of other top-ranked chains, including Olive Garden and Olive Garden Signature.
In total, the top 10 restaurants are all listed on the site’s menu and are also featured in its adverts.
“We’re thrilled that we’re finally at the top,” said Jennifer Stearns, CEO of food analytics firm Quantcast.
“But we’re excited to see that the ranking is trending upward.
This is the perfect time for us to get our brand in front of the consumer, who will be much more inclined to purchase from our restaurants.”
Chipotle’s burger is the most searched for item on the search engine, while Olive Garden’s burrito is the top search result.
But that’s not all: The chain’s meat is also ranked the top-rated, with the burritos at number four and the fries at number seven.
The two-for-one sales of the chicken sandwich are also the top ranked item, with both items ranking in the third and fourth positions on the list.
“Chipotle is at the forefront of an increasingly connected food world,” said Jeff Buehner, director of marketing and public relations for Olive Garden.
“Our customers love eating fresh, wholesome, healthy ingredients and we are proud to be part of the growing trend of restaurants serving healthier options, such as healthier ingredients, more choices, and a greater number of salads and entrees.”
In total, Olive Garden ranked second on the food search results list for the fourth consecutive year.
The chain is also the fourth largest online food destination in the United States, according to Quantcast’s latest ranking of restaurants, behind Burger King, Subway and Wendy’s.
Analysts at Quantcast attribute the success of Olive Garden to a number of factors, including its new-found ability to market its meat to a growing group of consumers.
“The growth in the millennial generation and the rising popularity of burritoes and burrito bowls has allowed Olive Garden more flexibility to create food and service experiences that reflect this new generation,” said Buehrter.
“This strategy is a perfect fit for Olive Gains, a company that is already serving up some of the best, freshest and freshest food in the country.
With the addition of this new technology, we expect that Olive Gain will continue to provide the freshest, freshest, and most authentic dining experience available for our customers.”