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D.Q. Corp, often called Dairy Queen, is a chain of soft serve and fast food restaurants owned by International Dairy Queen, Inc, which also owns Orange Julius and Karmelkorn. The first Dairy Queen store opened in 1940 in Kankakee, Illinois. The company’s corporate offices are located in the Minneapolis suburb of Edina, Minnesota.

With Dairy Queen being one of the largest soft serve franchises in the world, their main competition includes: Baskin-Robbins, Ben & Jerry’s, Braum’s, Carvel, Culver’s, Foster’s Freeze, Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard, McDonald’s, Sonic Drive-In, Tastee Freez, and TCBY.

The soft serve formula was first developed in 1938 by John Fremont “Grandpa” McCullough, (1871‒1963), and his son Bradley.[1] They convinced friend and loyal customer Sheb Noble to offer the product in his ice cream store in Kankakee, Illinois. On the first day of sales, Noble dished out more than 1,600 servings of the new dessert within two hours.[8] Noble and the McCulloughs went on to open the first Dairy Queen store in 1940 in Joliet, Illinois. While this Dairy Queen has not been in operation since the 1950s, the building still stands at 501 N Chicago St. as a city-designated landmark.[9] Since 1940, DQ has used a franchise system to expand its operations globally. The state with the most Dairy Queen restaurants is Texas. The Texas Dairy Queen Operators’ Council facilitates marketing and the food system in Texas. Dairy Queen International is the parent company of Dairy Queen. In the US, it operates under American Dairy Queen. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway. At the end of its fiscal year 2006, Dairy Queen reported over 5,600 stores in more than a dozen countries; about 4,600 of its stores (approximately 85%) were located in the United States.

DQ was an early pioneer of food franchising, expanding its 10 stores in 1941 to 100 by 1947, 1,446 in 1950, and 2,600 in 1955. The first store in Canada opened in Melville, Saskatchewan, in 1953. The red Dairy Queen symbol was introduced in 1959. The company became International Dairy Queen, Inc. (IDQ) in 1962. In 1987, IDQ bought the Orange Julius chain. It was acquired by Berkshire Hathaway in 1998. Dairy Queens were a fixture of social life in small towns of the Midwestern and Southern United States during the 1950s and 1960s. In that role, they have often come to be referenced as a symbol of life in small-town America, as in Walter Benjamin at the Dairy Queen: Reflections at Sixty and Beyond by Larry McMurtry, Dairy Queen Days by Robert Inman, and Chevrolet Summers, Dairy Queen Nights by Bob Greene.

In 1990, DQ introduced the Breeze, a healthier option of the Blizzard made with frozen yogurt. In 2000, the Breeze was removed from the menu as there was little demand such that the frozen yogurt was going bad before it could be used.

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  1. I haven't had DQ in forever. They make great shakes, cheeseburgers, and BBQ chicken tenders. They are slowly going away out here. Sad, there's too much competition today. You either want a value burger or a classy burger.. I never am happy getting a value burger so I just don't. Love your videos and reviews thank you man

  2. Man I was so excited when you said you'r not going to fast forward this one. I think it's a lot better if you don't fast forward your eating parts; That's why I love your mukbang videos more.

  3. I never understood why people order Milkshakes with a meal?, makes no sense… It's the equivalent to having a bath when you could have a shower, when you order a drink of any kind the fluid hits the back of your throat in seconds giving you that satisfying feeling of "oh yes, it's cold plus the food is being pushed down quicker giving me my chance to eat some more", but with a milkshake… A milkshake just doesn't give a fuck about your life and where you need to be, it's on it's own time saying "let move to the speed of slow moving up this straw before getting to your mouth", secondly your throat and mouth just feels full and thick and finally on the drive home your stomach is in "Oh shit" mood… Nothing good comes from a milkshake

  4. I got it just like yours but I got small fries and onion rings(and water instead of milkshake)it is really good! The onion rings are like 1.50$ and you get like 10 big ones so it's worth it!

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